Day: September 11, 2020
“It is not the man who knows the Torah but the man who lives in it … that stands in the highest place,” wrote Buber in The Origin and Meaning of Hasidism. And anyone can live in Torah. Chaim Potok, “Foreword,” in Martin Buber, Tales of the Hasidim, Schocken Books, 1991/1947, 7-16, 10.
We are studying Genesis 41:14-57 for Sunday, September 13 – the continuation of the story of Joseph, with Joseph’s interpretation of Pharaoh’s revelatory dreams, and Joseph’s rise to power and authority in Egypt. [Some notes on the text are here.] Here are some questions we might want to consider as we reflect on and discuss […]