Dear Leaders,

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This week, we explore the topic of dreams.

Conceptually, every one of us is a dreamer. We dream about our goals and aspirations. We dream, too, about what we don’t want our life to become. We look toward our future and wonder if our dreams will ever materialize.

But though we all have dreams and hopes, we need to ask ourselves how much effort we are actually investing to turn our dreams into reality.

What about our world as a whole? Does G‑d have a “dream” of what He’d like to see our world become? What are we each contributing in our day-to-day activities to help make that a reality?

In this packet, we explore G‑d’s divine dream for our world. We also contrast Pharaoh’s dreams from this week’s Torah portion with Joseph’s dreams to discover an important lesson. As well, we share a story of an individual who told his dream to the Rebbe. The Rebbe’s interpretation of the dream teaches us so much about what is required of each of us in our own lives. And finally, we explore a question and answer about a very vivid dream.

Do you have a dream or a goal? How do you follow your dreams? Please share with us!

Wishing you a wonderful gathering,

Chana Weisberg,

Editor, TJW