This Shabbat we begin the fifth and final book of the Torah – Devarim. The English name for this book is Deuteronomy, "A Second Law," a translation of an additional Rabbinic name given to the book. It is a "A Second Law" because it contains Moses' restatement of the first four books of the Torah. Indeed, the book is commonly known as Devarim – "Words" because it begins These are the words that Moses spoke… Originally Moses had complained to God I am not a man of words yet at the end of his life he gave a long speech restating the TorahThe Midrash points out that through God and Torah, all things are possible. Moses began his career as a man with a speech impediment but ended his career with one long speech.