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What is Yosef's goal in sending the brothers through these difficult trials and tribulations? How does Yehuda's request of Yosef express, on behalf of his mother, the appreciation for Rachel allowing Leah into the home of Yaakov? Why was this appreciation absent at the end of the story? How does Yosef use the middah (character trait) of quiet, which was an important middah of Rachel and her offspring? Why does this middah seem to be absent from Yosef at the beginning of the story when he speaks of his dreams? How does one develop their inborn talents and positive character traits? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.
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