Scholars, religious historians and exegetes have forever endeavoured to better know Moses. But in what respect does the life of the prophet, as described in the Bible, concern us here and now? And how can it affect our actual existence? Such are the questions which Jewish spiritual masters have continually examined, each of them adding their own interpretations, perspective and paraphrasing to the comments of their predecessors. A worthy inheritor of these Scholars who were also great storytellers, Edmond Fleg (1874-1963) brought together their tales, scattered across the ocean of the Talmud. Regrouping, reshaping and rethinking these spiritual, moral and poetic words, through this legendary biography, he provides us with the image of an ever vibrant Moses, a prophet for our times.