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Working on yourself is not only a personal endeavor, but it also has its effect on your surroundings and acquaintances.
In parshat Vayeishev, Joseph has two dreams, which he relates with his brothers (progenitors of 11 of the 12 tribes). In the first dream, Joseph recalls that "We were binding sheaves in the midst of the field, when my sheaf stood up and remained upright, ...
What does Joseph have to do with Chanukah? What lesson can we take from Joseph and Chanukah to help us deal with difficult times?
How is Joseph able to stay positive? How can we be like Joseph and stay positive?
An Essay on Vayeishev
The Talmud states, “For the wicked, sleep is good for them and good for the world, but for the righteous, it is bad for them and bad for the world.” There is no rest for the righteous. When a tzaddik wants to rest, God does not let him, as if to say that ...
In The Service of Potiphar, Joseph Falsely Accused, Joseph Thrown Into Prison, Joseph, the Interpreter of Dreams
Jacob's Love for Joseph, Joseph Dreams, Joseph Sold, Jacob Mourns the Loss of Joseph
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.
Did Joseph’s brother’s ever own up to their father about the crime they committed against their younger brother?
A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
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