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Eventually, Joseph told his brothers, “Although your intentions were to harm me, G-d’s intentions were for the good.” In a way we cannot possibly imagine, from Above, everything is good. Whatever evil we perceive in the world is subjective. Even the times we mess up and send our life story in a sharp downward spiral—even those stories are ultimately for the good. And, quite the contrary, the best things eventually come from our worst blunders. All it requires is that we learn our lesson, accept the blame, and resolve to...