Being settled is not ceasing to move. Being settled allows you to move.
Jacob and his family settle in Hebron. Jacob fashions a multi-colored coat for his son Joseph. The other tribes aren’t exactly pleased. Joseph has two dreams. His brothers deem it a nightmare. They throw him in a pit and sell him to a band of nomadic Ishmaelites. Jacob, believing Joseph is dead, is heartbroken. The seeds of the royal family of Judah are planted. Joseph is sold to Egypt and, when the handsome slave repels certain promiscuous advances, he is thrown into prison. Pharaoh’s butler and baker have dreams too. Joseph interprets them.
Jealousy, betrayal, sibling rivalry… Just how far can it go? In this week’s Torah Portion, Vayeishev, Jospeh is sold into slavery by his eleven brothers. Eleven brothers who – instead of loving him unconditionally and having his back – are so overcome with bitterness toward him that they want him dead, gone from their lives for good. How does this happen?Read More
Take control of your life in an out of control world of accelerated technology, decelerated morality, and unprecedented worldwide unity & personal disunity.Read More