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The Zohar tells us that we must learn from Joseph. When he fell into his brothers’ hands, they almost murdered him and they sold him into slavery. But when his brothers fell into his hands, he brought them to repent, and then arranged for them the best living conditions in Egypt. Joseph was a tzadik. He had mastered the beast within his heart. But the Zohar speaks to us, and tells us, “Even when your heart...
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