A Lasting Impact (5:34)
Parshat Vayechi begins with the words "And Jacob lived..." even though this is the Parsha in which he passes on. Why is that? And what does this teach us about man's ability to leave a lasting impact even after they move on?.
Rabbi Shlomo Farhi (10)
The Paradigm of the Righteous (1:36)
Series: JLI Weekly Video
Like Father, Like Son (Vayechi) (8:35)
In this fascinating take on a famous biblical story, Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet points to apuzzling element in the sale of Josephas a slave and his subsequent long separation from his father: Why didn’t Joseph try to communicate with Jacob and let him know that he is alive?The answer to this question as well as other aspects of this unique father and son relationship provides a universal life-lesson about passing quick judgment and misinterpreting others’actions
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (136)