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Parshat Vayeishev
Joseph’s famous multi-colored tunic is the unmistakable marker of his identity. It was the symbol of his prestige.
Whenever the Torah describes the birth of twins, it goes into minute detail, as if we are the grandparents who are anxious to hear about every step of the labor and delivery. Why?
If I am going through a hard time, I don’t want someone to tell me to be cheerful—I want someone to understand why I am miserable.
The royal bar-tender, who brings the liquid that wets a parched throat, represents the linkage of spiritual "water" (the source of mind) and "fire" (the source of emotions)
It is an awareness that we have the power to instill in our children.
Is privacy going extinct in the digital age? It seems none of our personal data can be considered safe anymore.
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