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Closeness, Closure, and Claustrophobia (Vayigash)

Preview: There’s a fascinating way in which the root נ.ג.ש, “to approach,” appears at all key points in the story of Yaakov and his children: from the time he steals Esav’s birthright all the way until he and his children settle in the land of (watch this word play)—”Goshen!” What’s the larger message?

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