Why do we have to know that the mission of the Spies took place "in the days of the ripening of the grapes"? What eternal lesson is there for us? How is life like a grape? Why are the Spies described as "men"? What does this teach us about the differences between men and women in terms of their approach to integrating spirituality with the material world?
Also, how did Kaleiv know that the spies could no longer be trusted just because they answered Moshe's questions out of order?
Based on Hisva'aduyos 5750 vol 3, pp. 342-3.
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