by Devora Gila Berkowitz
When Yosef was lying in the infamous snake-and-scorpion pit back in Parshat Vayeishev (Bereshit 37:24), the last thought on his mind was being able to save his family.
But so the story goes.
Now he's second-in-command in Egypt, able to provide his family with dignified living arrangements and provisions.
He can say, "G-d has sent me ahead of you to insure your survival in the land and to sustain you for a momentous deliverance." (44:7)
If you could write the next chapter in your own life story, how would it read?