Moshe climbs the mountain. He is told that no man who beholds G-d can see Him and live. By G-d's hand, Moshe is hidden and protected in a cleft in the rock . . .
Might this be the Jewish version of Plato's cave story? But rather than describing life as illusion, where only a glimmer of the world is experienced, and awakening from it, life is described as a process of revelation, and relationship with All-That-Is, and turning inward to experience Divine presence.
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Museum quality fine art prints and reproductions on 100% acid free archival cotton rag papers, quality aluminum, and wood substrates. Original paintings and drawings are offered on high quality canvas and papers.
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