Just before his death, Moshe Rabbanu delivers the speech of his life. This speech contains a bold thought, offering a revolutionary interpretation in relation to humanity, religion and power. Micah's book Goodman honorably joins the two great masterpieces written in the twentieth century about the man Moses - this one Sigmund Freud's and Martin Buber's. But while these two personalities approach to capture the image of the Lord of the Prophets from a distance and foreignness, Goodman He erects before us the image of the giants of Ben Amram out of closeness of soul, blessed intimacy, proficiency and deep understanding admirable of his legacy. Moshe as you have never known before.