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Deuteronomy 5.17a

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.17a and Exodus 20.13a, the sixth of the Ten.

I discuss that the sixth does not contain a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I discuss that the absence of the shift from the first to the third is in contrast to the third, fourth, and fifth of the Ten.

I discuss a difficult application of the sixth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.17a.

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Deuteronomy 5.16

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For this Torah Portion, I add an addendum to the fourth of the Ten.

Additionally, in this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.16 and Exodus 20.12, the fifth of the Ten.

I discuss that the fifth has an issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I discuss some various ways that could be notated.

I present a possibility of how I would present this shift from first to third.

I discuss a difficult application of the fifth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.16.

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Tao Te Ching, Chapter 57

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My comments and thoughts regarding Tao Te Ching, Chapter 57 are now available.

Blessings and Shalom

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Deuteronomy 5.12-15

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.12-15 and Exodus 20.8-11, the fourth of the Ten.

I discuss that the fourth has an issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I state some various ways one can account for this shift from first person to third.

I discuss how I account for this shift from first to third.

I discuss some of the application of the parts of the fourth of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.12-15.

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Deuteronomy 5.11

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.11 and Exodus 20.7, the third of the Ten.

I discuss the issue of a grammatical shift from the first person to the third person.

I state some various ways one can account for this shift from first person to third.

I discuss how I account for this shift from first to third.

I discuss some of the application of the parts of the third of the Ten.

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.11.

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Tao Te Ching, Chapter 56

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After about a ten-month hiatus, I have resumed my commentary of Tao Te Ching.

My comments and thoughts regarding Tao Te Ching, Chapter 56 are now available.

Blessings and Shalom

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Deuteronomy 5.8-10

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For this Torah Portion, I look at Deuteronomy 5.8-10 and Exodus 20.4-6, the second of the Ten.

I discuss the variances between the passages, and offer my assessment of those variances.

I also add to the discussion about Moses being the primary speaker found in Deuteronomy.

I also add to the discussion that the Ten were not given to the Gentiles (Nations).

Here is the discussion: Deuteronomy 5.8-10.

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