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  1. Sydney Hewitt
    January 4, 2017 @ 3:21 pm

    I love the story of Yosef! As I read again, of the journey of his life, there is a lightness to Yosef, even during the dark imprisonment days in the “brother’s pit” and in the “pit of the jail”. The lightness that I see in Yosef is the ever present
    Spirit of God which Yosef welcomed and trusted with his very life. It was so bright in Yosef, that he walked in Shalom.

    For me, the story of the favor of Yosef is one of the best examples in Torah of the effects of remaining in AT-ONE-MENT
    with our God. The more faith and trust we hold onto, the more we are given. The tighter we hold that cord of three
    strands form heaven, the lighter and more at peace we feel. Then, one day, like Yosef, to be able to look back over our
    journey, and say, “He meant it all for good” will be a moment of true abundance. May we all be so blessed and so favored.


    • Heather
      January 5, 2017 @ 6:06 am

      The shalom he possessed I believe was recognizable by others. If you are at one with him it shines through you. I am sure this was the case with Joseph


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