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Advice From Joseph

How biblical stories can help with modern personal relations.

ELIZABETH APPLEBAUM ASSOCIATE EDITOR

A

story about a colorful coat,
a beloved son and sibling
rivalry offers much to con-
temporary families - de-
spite the fact that Joseph and his
brothers lived thousands of years
ago.

me. He asked me to go out to his
apartment an hour away in
Queens, and check to see if he had
secured all the locks and emptied
the mailbox before he left for
Houston.
I told him that I did not have
a lot of time and I couldn't
get there, but assured him
that he indeed had closed the
police lock, the chain and the
door bar. He asked again
and I begged off, saying that
I would do it the following
day. As life would have it,
the very next morning the
telephone rang, but this time
it was my brother Marvin
calling to tell me that Pop
had died moments before. I
sat holding the phone and
crying. I couldn't help but
think about the previous
morning's conversation. I
wished I had said to him,
"Sure Pop, I'll go out to As-
toria if it's important to you."
The phone doesn't ring
anymore with the voice call-
ing "Normyboy." I would
love to hear it one more time,
so I could replay the last con-
In Self, Struggle and versation with Pop.
Change (Jewish Lights), Nor-
Chances to say "hineini" do not
man Cohen considers the way in last forever; we never know when
which family stories, contained they will be gone. If only we had
in the Book of Genesis, can and the wisdom to use them to the best
should guide modern behavior.
of our ability.

He writes, for example, of Ja-
cob calling to Joseph to go to the
fields with his brothers. Ostensi-
bly, Joseph would help with the
sheep. In fact, Jacob's goal was to
have the brothers spend time to-
gether and perhaps end their
fighting.
Joseph was well aware of his
brothers' jealousy and the dan-
ger it posed, yet he did not avoid
his father's request. He respond-
ed to Jacob simply, "Hineini"
("Here I am (ready to go)").
"Our ability to respond often
does depend upon who is calling
us," Mr. Cohen writes. "If it is
someone we respect or love, our
parents, spouse or child, we often
have no choice but to say: Hinei-
ni. We have to respond to them,
and in so doing, reciprocate their
love for us."
From his own life, the author
recalls this incident:

Mr. Cohen also draws lessons
from biblical stories about Adam

tional writings, it also includes
such contemporary rituals as a
ceremony for helping recover
from sexual abuse, a gay and les-
bian commitment ceremony, and
"healing from abortion," which
begins, "Here I stand alone, as be-
fore, when I made my decision
about childbearing in the unique-
ness of my personal choice. All

other participants approach and
tighten the circle around the "fo-
cus" woman to support her.
Women say together: You are not

alone now. In aloneness you
made your choice, and in corn-
munity you will be sustained."
Rabbi Orenstein, a graduate
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, teaches at the
University of Judaism in Is An-
geles.
ired of all the "muddling
through" so-called facts and
reports and "historical re-
alities," attorney Harold
Greenwald set out to tell the
truth about Israel, from its legit-
imate place as a nation (and not
just land sympathetically allot-
ted the Jewish people against the
backdrop of the Holocaust) to the
reality behind its battles with the
Arabs (which have nothing to do
with the Palestinians and every-
thing to do with Arab intransi-
gence).

T

Israel's Legitimacy in Law
and History (Center for Near

East Policy Research) contains
six essays by leading scholars and

Golda Meir
with Moshe
Sharett and
David Ben-
Gurion,
following the
signing of
Israel's
Declaration of
Independence.

and Eve, Leah and Rachel, Jacob
and Esau in Self Struggle and
Change. The author is dean of the
New York school of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion.
Also new from Jewish Lights
Publishing is Vol. I-Lifecycles:

I think of a day two years ago
just before Passover when I was
sitting in my office in Manhattan. Jewish Women on Life Pas-
The phone rang and I heard the sages and Personal Mile-
voice on the other end say, "Hel- stones edited by Rabbi Debra
lo, Normyboy."
Orenstein and containing glean-
I knew immediately that my fa- ings from 100 writers on such
ther, calling from Houston where topics as childbirth, conversion,
he was visiting my brother for the marriage, aging and divorce.
holiday, wanted something from While Lifecycles features tradi-

was edited by Mr. Greenwald,
honorary chairman of the Louis
D. Brandeis Society of Zionist
Lawyers in New York.
Chapters cover the League of
Nations Mandate on Palestine;
U.N. Resolutions 242 and 338; Is-
rael and the Palestine Liberation
Organization; Israeli settlements
inJudea, Samaria and Gaza; the
Gulf War; and Israel's right to
self-defense.
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