This week, our focus turned towards the end of the Parsha.
Before Yaakov's return to Eretz Yisrael, the Torah presents several reasons influencing his decision:
Initially, it is mentioned that Lavan's sons accused Yaakov of stealing from their father and claimed that all his honor was derived from Lavan.
Subsequently, the Torah notes that Yaakov observed a change in Lavan's attitude towards him – "Lavan's face" was not as amicable as it had been in the recent past.
Finally, Hashem instructs Yaakov to return to Eretz Yisrael.
The question arises:
Why does the Torah offer these multiple justifications?
Wouldn't Hashem's directive alone suffice as a reason for Yaakov's return?
In these seemingly straightforward verses, there lies an invaluable lesson, particularly relevant to us today, especially during these weeks.
Join us as we uncover the profound insights embedded in these simple yet meaningful verses.