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In Genesis 41:8, Pharaoh has a disturbed night’s sleep. He calls for his wise men to explain his dreams, but no answer is forthcoming. “And in the morning it was, his spirit was throbbing, he sent and called all Egypt’s magicians an...

Posted on 4 December 2018, By Rabbi Joel Levy
Being and Becoming

For years, my wife Susanna and I have struggled at classical concerts. She was a professional musician for many years, so a concert that I, with my untrained ear, can sit blissfully through, she might not experience as so relaxing. She mi...

Posted on 24 May 2018, By Rabbi Joel Levy

Chag Sameach One of the three rabbinic obligations relating to the night of Pesach is to drink four cups of wine. In the tradition that we have inherited, those four cups structure the whole evening’s rituals, to the extent that each cu...

Posted on 18 April 2016, By Rabbi Joel Levy