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  ‼  Aum, Asato maa sadgamaya, Tamaso maa jyotirgamaya  ‼  



Dear Children,

Do you know that Moses is considered a prophet amongst the Jews, Christians, Muslims and Bahais.

Do you know who the Bahais are?

 Bahais believe and strive for the Unity of Mankind.

To come back to the story of Moses, Moses was born much before Jesus Christ.

He was born when when an Egyptian Pharaoh had decreed that all male children born to Hebrew slaves should be killed.

 Jochebed had a son, and she kept him hidden for three months. When she could no longer hide him, rather than have the child killed, she set the baby adrift on the Nile river.

 The daughter of Pharaoh discovered the baby and adopted him as her son, and named him Moses.

When Moses grew up, he wanted to know how his people, who were slaves were faring.

Moses killed an Egyptian who was mistreating a Hebrew.

The pharaoh would have killed Moses had he not escaped to the Sinai peninsula.

Moses sojourned for forty years as a shepherd.

 One day, as Moses led his flock, he saw a burning bush.

God then spoke to Moses from the bush, and commissioned him to go to Egypt and deliver his fellow Hebrews from their bondage.

It was very difficult to persuade Pharaoh to let the Hebrews free.

God, then sent ten plagues upon the Egyptians. The Egyptians were so frightened that they ordered the Hebrews to leave.

When God freed the Israelites the latter were very happy at first but they had to cross a barren desert where there was very little water or food.

God performed many miracles through Moses. Once the latter hit the rock with a staff and sweet water poured out.

Moses was given 10 commandments by God which are still laws today, and you know dear children, those laws are common to many religions.

With love,

Dadi Ma Nani Ma

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