During the emotional reunion of Jacob and Joseph, only one of them hugs the other initially. What is the other one doing, and why?
In original and fairly outrageous translation of parts of Genesis 46 performed last week at the Aitz Hayim Center for Jewish Living in Glencoe, Ill.
Judah approaches him -- God, Joseph, himself, all -- and begs: "Please! My master! I have something to say. Please listen. Please don't be mad, my master."