1. When the brothers return from their first trip to Egypt they find that their money has been mysteriously returned to their sacks. Later, when they return to Egypt, Yaakov insists that they bring that money back and give it to Yosef. Is there an ethical obligation to return money that was accidentally left in one's possession? Was there an obligation to return that money even before two years had passed?

  2. Is it ever too late to make amends for a past wrongdoing? When the brothers return from their first trip to Egypt they are struck with pangs of guilt that the events which happened to them are the result of their ignoring Yosef's pleas while in the pit. Should they have returned to Egypt to search for him? Should they have now told Yaakov what they did, hoping that his resources and influence could help them find and rescue Yosef?

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