Guest Shiur by R. Menachem Leibtag
Sfat Emet (5631) analyzing Shemot Rabba 23:1 How is the moment of Shirat Hayam a pivot point in the existence of the world? Why do we recite it each day? How can we incorporate the lesson of the Shirat Hayam into our daily lives?
The plague of darkness serves two functions in terms of both maintaining and highlighting the difference between the Jews and their Egyptian taskmasters.
Even when Hashem spoke to Moshe alone, it seemed as if the speech emanated from the space in between Moshe and Aharon.