Why do the brothers only start speaking about their guilt in regards to the sale of Yosef when they have been released from incarceration? Why don't they think of it at the beginning? What is the depth of the idea that Yosef is telling them when he says, "Do this and live?" What does it mean to really live both in a spiritual and physical sense? How does one answer the 'wake up call?' Find out in this week's parsha podcast.