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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, June 26, 2017


In this parsha, we meet the greatest man who ever walked on planet earth, the man who actually spoke to G-d face to face — Moshe Rabbenu — Moses, Our Teacher. Moses was brilliant, strong, handsome, and powerful, yet it was not for any of these reasons that he was chosen to be a leader.

The Torah testifies that no man ever lived who even came close to his greatness. While we cannot fully comprehend his majesty, we will try to define that which made him awesome and worthy of leadership; perhaps the best way to do so is to contrast his life to that of Noah.

Initially, the Torah describes Moses in very modest terms. The daughters of Jethro even refer to him as "an Egyptian man" (Exodus 2:19). On the other hand, Noah is described in glowing

As I write this, it’s Sunday morning the 10th of Tevet and I am sitting in Aventura. We learned of and saw the graphic video of a sadistic terrorist attack in Jerusalem where a heartless murderer drove a truck into a group of young soldiers boarding a bus at Armon HaNetziv in the East Talpiot neighborhood. One pass wasn’t enough for this cruel butcher who turned to run over his victims again and was only stopped when he was shot dead. Our hearts go out to the injured, praying that Hashem will

We continue the story of Joseph in Egypt this week. After the confrontation with Judah, Joseph reveals himself to his brothers and explains to them that the famine is slated to continue for five more years. He tells them to inform their father that he is still alive and sends them with provisions and gifts back to Canaan. 

The Torah tells us that the brothers arrived in Canaan.  Now how do they break the news to their father? Remember that Joseph has been assumed dead for 22 years. Would Jacob

We have a teaching that everything that happened to our forefathers is a sign to the children. So when we study the Torah, it is not only to our G-d given heritage that we connect, but we also acquire insight into our own lives today. On his deathbed, our father Jacob blessed his children. Those blessings transcend the centuries and are as real today as they were then. In Genesis 48:20, it states: “So he (Jacob) blessed them that day declaring, “By you shall Israel bless, saying ‘May G-d make

I often marvel at and how Ezra and those of the Great Assembly with Divine inspiration divided and scheduled the weekly portion we read each Shabbat and how each Perasha seems to synchronize so well with the time of the year.  This week’s portion, Miketz is almost always read during Hanukah. We must keep in mind that the Holiday of Hanukah is the last of our holidays and occurs about 200 years after Ezra, about 300 years after Esther and the Purim story and about 1000 years after the Torah was