PARASHAT HAAZINU (the weekly Torah reading from Deuteronomy 32) is actually a poem through which Moshe is saying goodbye to the people of Israel. In this poem, Moshe is “calling” nature to be an eternal witness of the covenant between God and the people of Israel.
The first words in the PARASHA are:
“הֶאֱזִינוּ הַשָּׁמַיִם וַאֲדַבֵּרָה”
HAAZINU HASHAMAYIM VAADABERA
“Give ears, ye heavens and I will speak…”
Moshe is using the word HAAZINU for commanding heavens to listen.
Let us focus on this word a little:
The root of the words above is: אז”נ
It is also the root of the following words:
In the world of medicine it is proved only from the last 100 years or so that our ears are the balancing points in our body.
We see here that this fact was known and reflected through the Hebrew language long before.