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Va Era-An installment in the series From the Waters of the Shiloah: Plumbing the Depths of the Izhbitzer School For series introduction CLICK By Rabbi Dovid Schwartz Therefore say to the Bnei Yisrael-chidren of Israel, “I am Ha Shem.I will extricate you from the burdens of Egypt and free you from their slavery.If so, why should I cease my flowing so that you can get going? Ultimately the river split for Rabi Pinchos ben Yair and he accomplished his mission of pidyon sh’vuyim.But the “conversation” between him and the river is significant in that it establishes beyond a shadow of a doubt that even inanimate things functioning according to the Laws of Nature are doing the will of the Creator, Ha Shem. Nature is no more G-d’s enemy than the veil is the face’s adversary.All of the makkos were openly miraculous, flouting numerous Laws of Nature in the most overt way.
All that exists in the cosmos, and the way in which they function, are expressions of Ha Shems will.The river responded “you go to do the Will of your Creator and I go (flow) to do the Will of my Creator.There is only a chance that you will fulfill the Creator’s Will but, so long as I flow, I’m most definitely fulfilling the Creator’s Will.-Shemos 7:5 At the end of parshas Bo, in validating the centrality of the mitzvos that serve as reminder to the exodus from Egypt, the Ramban that the makkos– the 10 plagues, were meant to pierce the veil that conceals G-d.The strands of which that veil is woven are the Laws of Nature.