In Vayeshev (and he settled), the focus begins to tighten as we look into the character and life of Joseph. In this beautiful saga, we see the beloved of the father sent to check upon the welfare of his brothers and the flocks. The dreamer is resented by his brothers and they seek to rid themselves of their aggitation once and for all. It seems that his clothes and his skill at interpreting dreams bring demotion and promotion, reviling and admiration. We gain greater insight into Messiah Ben Joseph as well as the future of the tribes of Israel in this amazing and relevant narrative.