Overcoming your name.
Jacob's reaction to Dinah's rape is puzzling and disturbing.
To be a Jew is to be as Jacob: struggling, transforming, and inspiring to others.
Jacob views material possessions as essential and indispensable.
Jacob is surprised to learn that even with estranged family members, reconciliation is possible.
How do you keep the past alive without becoming its prisoner?
By asking Jacob his name, his wrestling adversary challenges him to examine himself.