The Zohar makes a stark comment about the “uncircumcised lips” of Moses. It says that in Egypt, not only were the people enslaved and in exile, but speech itself was in exile. This was true for the Israelites as slaves who could not express a sense of self, purpose or future, but it was true for Moses as well. There was "kol¸" sound or talking, but no "dibbur," no real speech. What does this mean for us? When in our lives is speech in exile and how do we move from kol, from mere words, to dibbur, true speech? Rabbi Dov Linzer explains more. Make sure to like and share this video!