Words of the Week – Did Joseph Doubt His Father Jacob’s Motives?

It’s human nature when something bad happens to us, to put the blame on something or someone beside ourselves. The pronouns “he,” “she” or “they” become the objects of our source of disappointment, suffering, pain and shame. It takes a mature person to be rational and ask, “What was my part in all of this?” The blame seems to become even more amplified as we oftentimes become isolated, whether self-imposed, or by some external force. Isolation can cause our minds to play tricks on us. It causes us to second-guess, and even distort the facts if we’re not careful. The