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To date, I never dreamt that sheaves of wheat bowed to me. I have also never dreamt about bulimic bovines or anorexic agriculture. Then again, I am not the biblical Joseph or Pharaoh, the king of Egypt...
In every travail (Joseph) there is a challenge (Menasseh) and an opportunity (Ephraim)
Whither all these dreams?
Why are there so many dreams in the book of Genesis?
Do miracles happen today? When opening this weeks Torah portion we will see two different sorts of miracles and how we could see miracles in our lives today.
What lesson can we take from Joseph? Why did Manasseh come first? How does this connect to Chanukah?
Is there really such a thing as a "Jewish work ethic"? If yes, where did it originate? Who is the only man dubbed by the Bible "a successful man"?
When Pharaoh had his two dreams (Genesis ch. 41), he wasn't short of interpretations and meanings...
You must never detach the years of plenty from the years of famine. When you experience plenty, do not let it blind your vision and desensitize you from what is truly important in life.
Our GPS may tell us where we are, but does it also tell us who we are?
Woven throughout the story of Joseph’s life are dreams and their interpretations.
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