Test your knowledge of this Torah portion.
Amos warns the people: "Do not treat the poor unfairly."
Incarceration can be a tool of fear--not a place of rehabilitation.
The thoughts of a shepherd may be sublime, but they cannot take him away from the task at hand.
It takes a dream to save the Jewish people.
It is important to seek God in times of fortune, and to hear the divine voice in our texts.
Like Jacob, who paid attention to Joseph's dreams, we should be mindful of events and experiences that evoke a sense of the Divine presence.
The complex character of Joseph raises questions about what it means to be righteous.
Joseph's experience in prison teaches him, and us, that we succeed and flourish when we support those around us.
Joseph teaches us to temper love with a sense of duty and a knowledge of right and wrong.