• At age 40, by which time Moses could have become thoroughly Egyptian, he ‘went out to look at the burdens his brothers were bearing.’ His subsequent actions showed that this was no idle curiosity; he yearned to help them. When he saw an Egyptian beating a Hebrew, he intervened, killing the oppressor. That act showed that Moses’ heart was with his brothers. Moses proved that in all of that time living in the household of Pharaoh, he had not been assimilated into the Egyptian culture.
  • Mess around with all those smelly, dirty animals!

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