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Daily Emunah Podcast - Daily Emunah By Rabbi David Ashear

Rashi in the beginning of parshat Vayeshev writes ביקש יעקב לישב בשלווה – Yaakov wanted to live in peace and tranquility. And immediately afterward, his sorrows with Yosef began. Hashem said, It's not enough that I'm giving the tzaddikim eternal tranquility in the Next World? They want it in this world as well? On the surface level, this statement is very hard to comprehend. We know Hashem created us just to give us, and He wants us to be happy in both this world and the Next. So what's wrong with having tranquility in both worlds? Rabbi Avraham Schlesinger, shlita , explained based on the Maharal in the Megilat Esther, who teaches us the difference between a she'eila and a bakasha . She'eila is when we ask for something as a means to a greater goal, while a bakasha is a request for the end goal itself. To ask for tranquility as a means to serve Hashem better is a great request, and if it's good for us, Hashem will grant it. But to ask for tranquility just for tranquility's sake is not a valid request. Here it says ביקש יעקב - this was a bakasha – and that is why Hashem responded the way He did. Of course, Yaakov wanted tranquility to serve Hashem better, but on his very lofty level, if there was even a 0.0001% of that request to experience peace and tranquility for their own sake, he was held accountable for it. The lesson is for us on our level. We want tranquility so that we can focus on Hashem more and that's a good request, but we have to make sure we're sincere with it. How can we tell? The midrash on the pasuk in Iyov, מי הקדימני ואשלם , says, Hashem tells us if we want to do a mitzvah badly enough and we do it before we technically have the means to, then Hashem says He is going to give us the ability and the means to perform it going forward. For example, if somebody really wants to give a lot of tzedaka , he needs to prove it first by giving as much tzedaka as he could before he's blessed with a lot. The midrash gives another example, if someone really wants a child in order to raise the child in the ways of Hashem then if they don't yet have that ability yet, they should help raise someone else's child in the ways of Hashem by paying for that child's Torah education. Our actions can prove if we are really sincere with our requests. A rabbi who heads a shul as well as a yeshiva day school told me, some years back, one of his congregants came into shul one day looking very depressed. He asked the young man what was wrong, to which he replied that the day before he went with his wife to the doctor, and they were told it would be impossible for her to ever have children. She was just turning twenty and they had been married for less than a year. The rabbi told him he had just learned this midrash about if a person really wants a child for the right reasons, they could prove it by paying for another child's education and then Hashem would give them an opportunity to do it with their own child. He then told the young man there was a child in his school whose parents could not afford to pay for tuition, and asked him if he wanted to sponsor that child. The young man happily made a 12 month payment plan and made the first payment on the spot. It was not too long afterward that he discovered his wife was expecting a baby. And baruch Hashem, today they have six children. On another occasion, a different congregant in this man's shul came to him saying his wife had five miscarriages in a row after they had one healthy baby. The doctor told them there's an issue with their genes and the odds of them having a healthy baby with a normal pregnancy were astronomical. The fact that they had one was already a miracle. The rabbi told him of the segula mentioned in the midrash and asked him if he wanted to sponsor a child's Torah education. At first he was skeptical but then he came back and did it. The next time he and his wife went to the doctor, they were told she was expecting, but since there was no chance that a healthy baby would be born, the doctor told them to terminate the pregnancy. The man went to ask one of the gedolei hador what to do and the rabbi told him to move forward and pray that all will be well. Baruch Hashem, against all odds, a healthy baby was born to them. And then, baruch Hashem, they had another one after that. If we truly want things in this world to serve Hashem better and we are truly sincere about it, then if it's good for us, Hashem will give us that ability and enable us to serve Him the way we hope to.

Eretz HaTzvi Podcasts
Chamishi, Vayeshev 5782 – Rav Ebner

Eretz HaTzvi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 11:09


Eretz HaTzvi Podcasts
Revi’i, Vayeshev 5782 – Rav Mordy

Eretz HaTzvi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 7:54


Romemu: Jewish Life, Elevated
"Compare and Despair": Rabbi Dianne Cohler-Esses on Parshat Vayeshev, 5782

Romemu: Jewish Life, Elevated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 17:36


Rabbi Dianne Cohler-Esses explores the widespread human habit of comparing ourselves to one another, ranking ourselves and the other person ---to our detriment or to the detriment of the other person. This process takes a terrible toll on the Israelite family; Jacob explicitly favors Joseph--through the gift of the multi-color coat-- leading to Joseph's brothers feeling undervalued and their lethal jealousy.

The Parasha Podcast
Vayeshev 1 (Year 2) - Sunday Edition - The Growth Of Our Leaders

The Parasha Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 65:09


Insights and comments could be sent to Jonathan@theparashapodcast.com  They will be addressed during our daily classes to enhance the discussion.For Parasha classes, please visit: TheParashaPodcast.comSpotify Link:https://open.spotify.com/show/45srXeZZgZKHAomOmpIkmh?si=Ao0Jr94xQOSpKxd8Rg7ZywApple Podcasts Link:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-parasha-podcast/id1525436805For Navi Classes, please visit:Spotify Link:https://open.spotify.com/show/48iHU4mP1cvgZOGFrC5Jys?si=o_r9qD_XT_yovHvuC9fJIAApple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-navi-podcast/id1549133051For Tehillim Classes, please visit:Spotify Link:https://open.spotify.com/show/79ooU0LqW7FF8Zh5YfJAkp?si=fzjnBsMPRjS27AtlepZxRQ&dl_branch=1Apple Podcasts Link:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tehillim-podcast/id1588773372#Parsha #Navi #Torah #Bible #Wisdom #Psalms #Song #Tehillim

Hebrew Nation Online
Mark Call – Parsha “Vayeshev” teaching from Shabbat Shalom Mesa

Hebrew Nation Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 119:17


Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at parsha 'Vayeshev,' (Genesis/Bereshiet chapters 37 through 40) and the first installment in the story of the life of Yosef, or Joseph, and what ultimately emerges as the 'origin story' of the two lines of kings that become the two houses, and outline an important picture of divisions that still persist today. First, the Erev Shabbat overview of the entire portion: https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/hebrewnation/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/27203012/SSM-11-26-21-Vayashev-teaching-podcast-xxx.mp3 During the Sabbath Day teaching, Mark observes that sometimes it can be the 'small parts' of the story that may provide the clues that help us understand not only the character of the players involved, but an insight into how what might seem very different about their lives and challenges can guide us today. Who actually took Yosef out of that pit, and sold him to the Ishmaelites? Was it his brothers, or the Midianites? And does it really matter? Maybe, but not for the reason we might have thought. And we probably know that Joseph has been called the 'suffering servant,' and a "type and shadow" of at least one 'aspect' of the Messiah, a.k.a., Meshiach ben Yosef. He endured hardships in order to be in place to save many lives, including those who sold him into slavery. Today, we face what may be the biggest act of mass murder in human history, and a precursor to the coming "Mark of the Beaat," as well. Any parallels there? "Vayeshev: Sometimes It's Vital to Refuse to Be Comforted" https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/hebrewnation/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/27202624/WT-CooH-11-27-21-Vayashev-Refuse-to-be-comforted-podcast-xx.mp3 The combined two-part podcast is here:

Congregation of the Living Word, a Messianic Jewish Congregation
Parshat VaYeshev:  Joseph and Yeshua - Beloved of His Father   - Spanish and English.

Congregation of the Living Word, a Messianic Jewish Congregation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 35:47


Parshat VaYeshev:  Joseph and Yeshua - Beloved of His Father   - Spanish and English. When you study the life of Joseph in Egypt, you see numerous similarities with the life of Yeshua the Messiah.    Recorded November 27, 2021 Parshat VaYeshev:  José y Yeshua - Amado de su Padre - Español e Inglés.   Cuando se estudia la vida de José en Egipto, se ven numerosas similitudes con la vida de Yeshua el Mesías.    Grabado el 27 de noviembre del 2021

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Shabbat Sermon: Vayeshev

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 13:02


Shabbat Sermon delivered by Eva Pretsky on the occasion of her Bat Mitzvah at Temple Beth Am, Los Angles, November 27, 2021. (Facebook/Zoom) Special Guest: Eva Pretsky.

Insight of the Week
Parashat Vayeshev: Judging Favorably

Insight of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021


We read in Parashat Vayesheb of the sale of Yosef as a slave by his brothers. Yaakob sent Yosef to check on his brothers who were tending to their herds in Shechem, and when Yosef arrived in the area, he did not find them. A mysterious man, whom the Sages identified as the angel Gabriel, saw Yosef and asked what he was looking for. Yosef explained that he was looking for his brothers, and the angel said, "Nas'u Mi'zeh" – "They journeyed from here," and they went to a nearby area called Dotan. Yosef then made his way to Datan, where he found his brothers, and they proceeded to throw him into a pit and eventually sold him as a slave. Rashi, based on the Midrash, writes that when the angel said, "Nas'u Mi'zeh," he meant not only that the brothers had journeyed from Shechem, but also that they "journeyed" from their feelings of fraternal love and commitment, and were planning to kill him. The Or Ha'haim (Rav Haim Ben-Attar, 1696-1743) raises the obvious question of why Yosef went to his brothers after receiving this news. Once he heard that his brothers "journeyed" from their brotherly devotion, and were devising a plan to inflict harm, how could he endanger himself by going to them? The Or Ha'haim suggests that Yosef chose one of the two possible interpretations of the angel's response. The angel's words, taken plainly, meant that his brothers moved from Shechem and went to Dotan. The information that they despised Yosef and planned to kill him was conveyed through a subtle allusion. Yosef realized that this response could be understood in one of two ways, and he made the conscious decision to judge his brothers favorably, and assume that they were still committed to him and had not resorted to virulent hatred. But if this is the case, the Or Ha'haim proceeds to ask, then for what purpose did the angel bother to subtly inform Yosef of his brothers' hostility? If he wanted Yosef to know that his brothers despised him, then why didn't he just say so explicitly? The Or Ha'haim gives a remarkable answer. He writes that perhaps the angel sought to offer Yosef the opportunity to earn great reward by assuming the more favorable possibility. By choosing to judge his brothers charitably, and interpreting the angel's words to mean simply that they relocated, Yosef became worthy of reward. In fact, the Or Ha'haim writes, it is perhaps on this account that Hashem granted Yosef the grandeur and prestige which he attained in Egypt. All this honor was earned through Yosef's having judged his brothers favorably, by preferring the positive perspective over the negative one. When it comes to our perception of other people, our natural tendency is, usually, to do just the opposite – to find fault, to be suspicious, to interpret people's words and actions critically, and to assume the worst about them. The story of Yosef, as understood by the Or Ha'haim, teaches us about how precious a Misva it is to judge people favorably, to look upon them from a positive angle. Rather than rush to find fault and criticize, we should do just the opposite, and rush to identify people's fine qualities and offer compliments and praise. By following Yosef's example of judging favorably, we will be worthy, as he was, of great success and reward, Amen.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Nov 27, 2021 ~ Vayeshev

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 25:16


Audio reading: Genesis 40:1-23, Amos 7:1-9:15, Rev 3:7-22, Psalm 131:1-3, Prov 29:23 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Kehillat Israel Podcasts
Vayeshev III: The Power Of Falling Down And Getting Up

Kehillat Israel Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 54:58


Rabbi Amy Bernstein's weekly Torah study class via Zoom - Genesis 39:1-40:20 - November 26, 2021

Rabbi Zaki Sardar Aleppo Heritage Tunes Podcast
Haftarah for Shabbat Vayeshev ( Va-Yeishev ) הפטרת שבת פרשת וישב

Rabbi Zaki Sardar Aleppo Heritage Tunes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 4:50


Haftarah for Shabbat Vayeshev ( Va-Yeishev ) הפטרת שבת פרשת וישב כמנהג ‏ארם צובה

Temple Beth Am Podcasts
Exploring the Parasha: Mental Health and Spiritual Growth - Vayeshev

Temple Beth Am Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 44:50


Rabbis Rebecca Schatz and Matt Shapiro lead a discussion of a single verse from the weekly parasha and how it relates to mental and spiritual growth. This discussion was conducted via Zoom at Temple Beth Am Los Angeles on November 26, 2021. Special Guest: Rabbi Matt Shapiro.

Parsha4Life
Friday Parshas Vayeshev

Parsha4Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 4:39


The Neveh Podcast
Parashas Vayeshev - Rabbi Schwab

The Neveh Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 14:30


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Daily Emunah Podcast - Daily Emunah By Rabbi David Ashear

At the end of this week's Parasha, Vayeshev , Yosef HaTzaddik interpreted the dreams of the Sar HaOfim and the Sar HaMashkim . He told the Sar HaMashkim he was going to get his job back and continue living as before, while he told the Sar HaOfim he was going to die. Rav Meir Shapiro asked, where did Yosef see life and death in the dreams that these men had. The Rabbi answered, the Sar HaMashkim related to Yosef that he saw himself holding the cup of Paraoh , taking grapes, pressing them into the cup and placing the cup into Paraoh's hands. Yosef saw that he was active, working hard, and those are signs of life. While the Sar HaOfim said he saw himself with a basket on his head with food inside of it and birds coming to eat from it. He was inactive and that was a sign of no life. The Rabbi concluded, “Hashem wants us to use our lives to accomplish. Every day there is another opportunity to grow and do more and not sit around and wait for things to happen on their own.” There is so much we can accomplish spiritually with every moment of life. The sefer Vaveh HaAmudim told a story about the famed Ponovitcher Rav, Rabbi Yosef Kahaneman. The Rabbi spent his days building Torah and he established one of the most prominent yeshivot in the entire world. He had to make numerous trips, traveling worldwide to raise the necessary funds to support the yeshiva. On one of those occasions, he returned to his host's house after a long, tiring day of collecting. He went to lie down, totally sapped of all his strength. The host ran to make the Rabbi a cup of tea and a plate of food and asked him what he could do to help him. The Rabbi answered, “The best thing you could do for me is to get me a telephone because there were many people I didn't get to go to today and I want to call them to see if they want to take part in this great mitzvah of supporting Torah.” The host said, “Rabbi, you're no longer a young man. From where do you draw the strength to keep pushing yourself like this?” The Rabbi answered, “If you want to know, it's from an episode that took place when I was younger that made a very big impression on me.” The Rabbi then related the episode. He said, “When I was younger, my mother used to make a special homemade mishloach manot and send it to the Rabbi and Rebbitzin of our community. On Purim, she would send my siblings and I to deliver it. One year, my father came home, it was a week before Purim and he said he got something else he wanted to give the Rabbi, along with the mishloach manot . That day, a traveling salesman came to our town and he had with him an entire Masechet Baba Batra in the Vilna edition of the Shas. At that time, nobody had their own Gemarot and my father knew for a fact that our Rabbi did not have his own Shas either. He bought the Gemara as a present for the Rav. On Purim, I along with my two brothers went to deliver the mishloach manot as well as that Gemara . When we arrived, my brother gave the homemade dessert and the Rav said to his wife, ‘So nice, the Kahaneman boys are here to give us mishloach manot .' And then I took out the Gemara and told the Rabbi, ‘Here, this is a gift from my father.' The sight of what I saw next, I will never forget. The Rabbi's eyes welled up with tears. He hugged the Gemara and he said in a loud voice, ‘An entire Masechet Baba Batra !' And he began dancing with it for 20 minutes around his table, as if it was Simchat Torah .” Rabbi Kahaneman then got out of his bed to show the host exactly how the Rabbi danced. Then he continued, “The Rabbi asked his Rebbitzin if she could give him a special present to which she replied, ‘Of course.' He said we usually start our Purim seuda at 5:00. Can we start it at 6:00? And from 5:00 until 6:00, I will go into my study and learn this Masechet for one full uninterrupted hour. She said that would be her greatest pleasure. The Rabbi then, once again, began dancing with the Gemara for an additional 20 minutes.” Rav Kahanemen concluded, “I was 11 years old at that time. When I saw the Rabbi's love of Torah, I decided on the spot, when I get older I'm going to put all of my strength into helping people learn this Torah. And that is where I get my strength from.” The sefer Vaveh HaAmudim concluded with the following two messages. #1 – Look at what an impression someone can make when he does something with joy. We as well can have such a big impact on our children when we portray the beauty of Torah and mitzvot in the way we act towards them. And #2 – Look at what this Rabbi accomplished with one act of ahavat Torah . He had a major share in the building of one of the world's largest yeshivot . His love of Torah is what inspired Rav Kahaneman to spend his life upholding Torah. We could all accomplish so much with each moment of life. Shabbat Shalom.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Nov 26, 2021 ~ Vayeshev

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 43:29


Audio reading: Genesis 39:7-23, Daniel 2:24-3:30, 1 Peter 4:7-5:14, Psalm 119:81-96, Prov 28:15-16 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Lifelong Jewish Learners Podcast
Parshat Vayeshev 5782: Location, Location, Location

Lifelong Jewish Learners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 13:20


We see how easy it can be to go from the top to the bottom in today's Torah Portion. But what if we are on the top? How do we respond? Do we brag on ourself or do we see the impact of our behavior? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Daily Parsha Aliya With Rav Reuven Taragin
Vayeshev- Why Shabbat is Mei'ein Olam Haba'a (2:52- Pre Shabbat)

Daily Parsha Aliya With Rav Reuven Taragin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 2:31


Vayeshev- Why Shabbat is Mei'ein Olam Haba'a (2:52- Pre Shabbat)

Raising Holy Sparks
Practical Judaism - Vayeshev

Raising Holy Sparks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 3:38


In this week's Torah portion of Vayishlach, Joseph has a dream of his brothers bowing down to him. This leads them into a furious rage and they sell him to slave traders heading to Egypt. When we have a dream, some may call us crazy or unrealistic. Others may be offended by our big ideas. Yet more often than not, when we stick to our dreams we are transformed by the journey, even if the destination we reach is not the one we had in mind. Meditation at the end of the episode.

empower torah
[Vayeshev 5782]- "A New Insight Into The Story of Yosef"

empower torah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 11:46


Parsha Series

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
Amos: The Problem is Not Idolatry, It is Social Injustice! Capitalism on Steroids (Haftarah VaYeshev)

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 39:40


"No, I will not shut up! Whom should I listen to? You, or Hashem?!"

Weekly Torah Portion
Parshat Vayeshev and Chanukah 2021

Weekly Torah Portion

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021


KMTT - the Torah Podcast
Parashat Vayeshev with Rav Dovid Gottlieb

KMTT - the Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 33:57


Parashat Vayeshev with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 - Classical Commentaries - Who Sold Yosef? It's Not As Simple As You Might Think #2 - Contemporary Commentaries - What Can We Learn from Esav's Children? An Amazing Teaching from the Oznayim Le'Torah #3 - Sparks of Chassidus - Being True To Yourself - A Beautiful Teaching from the Sefas Emes #4 - Sparks of Musar - The Hardest Thing in Life: Admitting Mistakes #5 - Halacha from the Parsha - The Prohibition to Embarrass Another Person

Seven Minute Torah
Vayeshev: An Act of Joseph

Seven Minute Torah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:24


This week's parashah tells the story of Joseph and the "coat of many colours." What is the secret of Joseph's incredible resilience?  Listen in for Rabbi Streiffer's take.

Israel Radio Podcast with Yishai Fleisher
Chanukah with Malkah, Lone Soldiers Turkey Day, and the Epoch of Dreams

Israel Radio Podcast with Yishai Fleisher

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:58


On the Israel Podcast: Malkah Fleisher joins Yishai to decorate for Chanukah. Then, Ben Bresky on Thanksgiving at the Lone Soldiers Center. And finally, Rav Mike Feuer on the dark corners of the Messianic line in the Torah portion of Vayeshev.

Parsha4Life
Thursday Parshas Vayeshev

Parsha4Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 2:59


Mesorah!

Sicha Women’s Shiur
Chelek 15, Vayeshev 1 - Mrs. Rivky Slonim

Sicha Women’s Shiur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 95:15


Chelek 15, Vayeshev 1 - Mrs. Rivky Slonim Support this podcast

The Land of Israel Network
Yishai Fleisher Show: Chanukah with Malkah, Lone Soldiers Turkey Day, and the Epoch of Dreams

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 68:58


On the Israel Podcast: Malkah Fleisher joins Yishai to decorate for Chanukah. Then, Ben Bresky on Thanksgiving at the Lone Soldiers Center. And finally, Rav Mike Feuer on the dark corners of the Messianic line in the Torah portion of Vayeshev.

Toras MS: Podcasting the Parsha
Toras MS: Parshat Vayeshev

Toras MS: Podcasting the Parsha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 38:07


This week's parsha insights with Rabbi Mayer Simcha Stromer.

Journeys in Torah
Chanukah (Parshas Vayeshev)

Journeys in Torah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 52:37


Dear chevra, We are pleased to bring you the audio shiur given on the topic of Chanukah.     Warm regards, Journeys in Torah

Rabbi Shmuel Silber - Institute for Jewish Continuity
Virtual Drasha | Don't Despise the Dreamer (Vayeshev)

Rabbi Shmuel Silber - Institute for Jewish Continuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 9:30


To view the video online, please visit https://youtu.be/ASc8_lnRd4U

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz
Parshas VaYeshev: Did the Brothers Realize Their Father Would Never Get Over It?

Jewish History with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 36:05


Did Joseph lose his faith & then recover it, or did he have bitachon all the way through?

KMTT - the Torah Podcast
Vayeshev | Yosef's Dreams

KMTT - the Torah Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 33:34


Vayeshev | Yosef's Dreams by Rav Yitzchak Etshalom Yosef's Dreams begin the narrative cycle we refer to as "the Yosef Story" - and these dreams impact through his life and career. What are we to make of these dreams? Are they prophetic (as he seems to believe) or are they psychologically propelled (as his brothers and, perhaps, father apparently think)? What are the "stars" as opposed to the "sheaves"? And what are we to make of the sun and moon and their obeisance to Yosef? Source sheet >>

Truthfed Scripture & Prophecy
Torah Portion - Week 9 - Vayeshev (He settled): Genesis 37–40 - Joseph and Potiphar's Wife

Truthfed Scripture & Prophecy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 30:45


Torah Portion - Week 9 - Vayeshev (He settled): Genesis 37–40 - Joseph and Potiphar's Wife by Shawn Ozbun

Live Kabbalah – Weekly Zohar Study
VaYeshev 5782 (2021)

Live Kabbalah – Weekly Zohar Study

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 61:47


Parashat VaYeshev. What is the secret of dreams? How do you receive messages and prophecies through the dream? How do you interpret dreams and what should you watch out for? Joseph and the Dreams - What is the secret of true success and what are the conditions for fulfilling dreams and finding one's personal destiny? Now! When the world is still in a dangerous place of uncertainty, it is time to reflect and look inside. This is the time to ask: Who is the person that I want to become and not: 'What are the things that I want to have? the places I want to travel, the deals I want to make'. This the time to stop our slavery to habits, belief systems and objects, the time to prepare ourselves to the freedom awaiting us in the 5780's.

The Morning Scroll
Parashat Vayeshev, Nov. 24th

The Morning Scroll

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 3:59


The Morning Scroll is your weekly, bite-sized parsha study with Rabbi Deena Cowans.  We're on Season 2 of The Morning Scroll, cycling back through the Torah with new insights and a blessing at the end of each episode!This week, we read Parashat Vayeshev with a focus on the parallel tragedies endured by Joseph and Tamar. What can their perseverance teach about living through our own difficult times?Check out upcoming Shabbat services and programs here.  Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook. And be sure to like and subscribe to our podcast for updates on new episodes!Want more torah? Check out Shabbat Replay on Contact Chai with Rabbi Lizzi.Produced by Mishkan Chicago.  Music composed, produced, and recorded by Kalman Strauss.

Pop Culture Parasha
Ep 9: Vayeshev - Mama Mia! 1 + 2

Pop Culture Parasha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 66:22


Valerie and Shoshana compare camp movie Mama Mia! and its sequel Mama Mia: Here We Go Again to the campest parasha: Vayeshev. Important fashion moments, questionable parentage, dreams, and the power of three: this parasha and movie combo really has it all. Plus, our plans for Taylor Swift to perform Red (Taylor's Version) at Taylor Lautner's upcoming nuptials.

Torah Talk
Vayeshev 5782

Torah Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021


This is Torah Talk for the week of November 21st, 2021 Gen. 37:2  This, then, is the line [אֵ֣לֶּה ׀ תֹּלְד֣וֹת] of Jacob. What does תֹּלְד֣וֹת mean, and why does Rashi’s grandson wait until this verse to explain his methods? This week's handout: 09 Vayeshev 5782 Learn Biblical Hebrew! Donate via Paypal! Click here for more links or to contact me.

The Pen & The Yad
Vayeshev: Judah, Tamar and the Art of Confession

The Pen & The Yad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 11:42


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Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist
Ep. 208 - Vayeshev with Joseph Levin-Manning

Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 62:30


We are positive that listening to this episode will make you want to settle in and listen up! How can we blend Torah, musicals, and human resources? Well, it's pretty easy when you have a guest like Joe Levin-Manning and a Q&A guest like Jordan Schenker! Focusing in on how to incorporate how Joseph's job roles might be read into how we might “do work” the right way, Joe and Jordan explain to us some concepts on how to ensure that we see what really might work in the workplace! To continue the conversation: Joe's Facebook: @JLevinManning Joe's Instagram: @jlalm1210 Joe's Email: JLevinManning@gmail.com Jordan's Facebook: @Jordan.Schenker Jordan's LinkedIn: @Jordan-Schenker Find us on social media: Facebook: @DrinkingandDrashing Instagram: @DrinkingandDrashing Show the love with some Drinking and Drashing: Torah with a Twist merchandise at store.drinkinganddrashing.com, and don't forget to subscribe and give us a rating on Apple Podcasts—it's a great way to help our show grow! Edited by Kate Griffin

Rabbi Daniel Glatstein Podcast
Vayeshev ;The Chasam Sofer Discovers the Roots of Chanukah in Shechem

Rabbi Daniel Glatstein Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 5:48


The Total Torah Podcast

Click here for your free digital copy of our new eBook, "Exploring the Kaddish"Welcome back to The Total Torah Podcast!    This week we learn about Joseph's difficult relationship with his brothers, the relationship between Judah and Tamar, and the beginning of Joseph's time in Egypt. For those of you listening to one aliyah per day, here is where you should start:01:40 Second Aliyah02:51 Third Aliyah04:30 Fourth Aliyah08:10 Fifth Aliyah09:02 Sixth Aliyah10:57 Seventh AliyahFor more information on each week's portion, sign up for The Total Torah Podcast email, it comes out once per week along with each new episode.Join the community in The Total Torah Podcast Facebook Group.  We'd love to meet you, hear your thoughts, answer your questions, and get to know each other.Unlock the Friday night you desire and deserve with the Discovering Kabbalat Shabbat program.Follow us on Facebook @rediscoverjudaismFollow us on Instagram @rediscoverjudaism

Sicha In Depth
Chelek 15, Vayeshev 2 - Rabbi Shmuel Shur - Part 2 (7-8. Haoro 29)

Sicha In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 31:56


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Pardes from Jerusalem
Parashat Vayeshev 5782 – Why is Joseph Known as Joseph the Tzaddik?

Pardes from Jerusalem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021


Parashat Vayeshev 5782 – Why is Joseph Known as Joseph the Tzaddik? Description: A Conversation About Potiphar’s Wife Through the Lens of Non-Consent – In this podcast, Pardes faculty members Alex Israel and Nechama Goldman Barash discuss the complex story … Read the rest The post Parashat Vayeshev 5782 – Why is Joseph Known as Joseph the Tzaddik? first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. Continue reading Parashat Vayeshev 5782 – Why is Joseph Known as Joseph the Tzaddik? at Elmad Online Learning.

Sicha In Depth
Chelek 25, Vayeshev 2 - Rabbi Shmuel Shur - Part 1 (1-6)

Sicha In Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 65:11


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