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Thursday, January 5, 2012
A Good Cry
by Devora Gila Berkowitz
Pass the Kleenex -- Yosef's crying again.
He's got the distinction of having the most tearful outbursts in the Torah. He cries when he reveals himself to his brother, when reunited with Binyamin, upon seeing his father, at the death of his father, and when the brothers ask for forgiveness.
And despite being treated so badly, he also openly discusses G-d's providence: Fear not...although you intended me harm, G-d intended it for good..." (Bereshit 50:19-20).
Perhaps tears are a connection between experiencing life's trials and seeing