Tagged ‘VaYeishev’

Parashat Vayeishev

December 22, 2016 | Filed in: Bereshit, Divrei Torah, Uncategorized

by Rabbi David Almog Once upon a ‘Vayehi‘: Listening to the Torah Parashat Vayeishev And then  I always thought the words, and then, were a prelude to something wonderful. Like seeing a ship come in or finding a note in … Continue reading »


Parashat Vayeishev-Hanukkah

December 3, 2015 | Filed in: Bereshit, Divrei Torah, Uncategorized

Joseph and Judah as Paradigms by Rabbi Len Levin Everyone loves Joseph. But my mentor Maurice Samuel did not. In Certain People of the Book (1955), he relates how Joseph’s taunting his brothers and later manipulating his awesome power to … Continue reading »


Parashat Vayeishev

December 10, 2014 | Filed in: Bereshit, Divrei Torah

Cantor Sandy Horowitz “Trouble, trouble, trouble trouble…trouble been doggin’ my soul since the day I was born…” Ray Lamontagne At the beginning of Parashat Vayeishev we read that Jacob settled in the land of his fathers. Right away however, things … Continue reading »