This is a Shalom Bayit Challah. With little separate rolls, each joining together to form the whole challah. Each roll with its own flavor, so everyone is happy and there is peace in the home. This week's parsha is Vayigash. This literally translates as "encounter." In the first verse of the portion, we learn of a life defining moment. A wronged brother encounters the 10 perpetrators of his sale into slavery, his very own brothers who were so bothered by him that in a moment
"b’shuv Hashem es shivas tzion, hayinu k’cholmim” (psalms 126:1)
“When Hashem restored us to Zion, we were as those who dreamed”
This Friday is the shortest one of the year. We’ve barely managed to get our chicken soup cooked, and our challahs baked, and the sun is already setting, darkness setting in fast. It is at this time of the year precisely that we need our dreams the most.
This month’s Torah portions are all about dreams and dreamers.
In this week’s portion of V