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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...
Whither all these dreams?
Why are there so many dreams in the book of Genesis?
A commentary on the haftarah of Mikeitz
The haftarah I Kings 3:15-4:1. for Mikeitz is not read every year because it is often superseded by the haftarah of Chanukah. It is a short haftarah with little commentary. But at the same time, it is one of the most famous stories in the Tanach. The conn...
If work is a blessing, why does it feel like a curse? Is Chanukah becoming a Jewish answer to this season of the year? Look into your life and find the parsha therein.
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi explains that meaningful dreams emanate from a very high spiritual level. But does this mean that our dreams are messages from G-d? Should we be frightened by a dream that portends doom?
A five minute weekly Torah insight based on the wellsprings of Torah and Chassidut.
Pharaoh’s Dreams, Joseph Interprets Pharaoh’s Dreams, Joseph Receives Great Honors, Joseph in Office
At the Root of It All In the beginning of Parshas Mikeitz, the Torah elaborates on the story of Pharaoh’s dreams, relating that he dreamt of cows and ears of grain. Afterwards, the Torah relates Yosef’s interpretation of these dreams, that they refer to y...
For an informed reading of 1 Kings 3:15–4:1
Young Solomon asked G‑d for “an understanding heart to judge Your people.”
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