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Tzvi Freeman, a senior editor at Chabad.org, is also author of several books, including Wisdom to Heal the Earth. He writes Chabad.org's highly popular Daily Dose of Wisdom. Rabbi Freeman served for five years as mashpia of the West Coast Rabbinic Seminary in Los Angeles, and currently resides in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing with the Freeman Files subscription.
Joseph had spent an entire year in prison when one morning he noticed that two Egyptian prisoners seemed more unhappy than usual. So he asked them what was wrong. And out of that question, years later, emerged not only his own release from prison, but the...
There are times when you feel the struggle is too overwhelming, that you’re getting nowhere. Because every time you surface, a relentless beast inside just pulls you back down again. But the truth is that as long as you can awaken the light and wisdom of ...
In the times of Moses, a great light of divine wisdom shone from the holy ark as it journeyed through the Sinai, scattering all evil forces from their place. In the times of Solomon, a great light of divine wisdom shone from the holy ark as it rested in t...
Joseph’s brothers called him a dreamer. Jacob and Pharaoh were both closer to the truth. Joseph was not living in a dream. He was untangling it. The dream is the world of human business, a mess of incongruent opposites in utter discord, seemingly void of ...
And Joseph was taken down to Egypt. (Genesis 39:1) The word for “taken down” in this verse is הורד. That could also mean that he became the dominant force there, as the same word is used concerning the Moshiach, “And he will dominate from sea to sea.…” An...
There are multiple universes, and you can travel to any one of them on any day. There is one universe in which you stand at the center while all else orbits about you. There’s another universe where someone else stands at the center and everything orbits ...
G‑d appeared to Abraham…but he looked up and saw that there were three men… (Genesis 18:2) Abraham put aside his encounter with G‑d in order to greet his guests. From this we learn that hosting guests is so great that it takes priority over an encounter w...
When Moses descended from the mountain with two divine tablets and saw his people dancing around a golden calf, he knew he had a swift decision to make. He was commanded from On High to deliver these tablets. But if he would follow through, the covenant w...
The Torah that Moses instructed us is the heritage of every Jew. (Deuteronomy 33:4) We will possess it as our own estate and we will not abandon it. (Rashi) From the time they first settled the land, for over 800 years, every Jew was attached to a parcel ...
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