What is the idea of going with Hashem with permanence? What is the idea of going with Hashem with 'keri' - impermanence? How is it possible for someone to pray to Hashem for success, and yet still believe in the 'idol' of their own efforts? What is the challenge of the final generation before the coming of Moshiach? How does one maintain faithfullness to Hashem in the face of success that seems 'natural?' What is the connection between Yosef and Tzion (Jerusalem)?
What is the foundational idea behind the command of Shemitah? Why is this mitzvah singled out for being mentioned that it was given at Har Sinai? When will a person wonder 'what will we eat in the seventh year?' Why did Yosef have to stay in jail for two extra years when he asked Pharaoh's cupbearer to remember him? Why was it so important for Yosef to completely depend on Hashem and no one else?
What was the reason for the curse of the man who was a son of an Israelite woman and an Egyptian man? How can we come to terms with the life that Hashem has given us when it does not meet our expectations? What is the lesson from the brothers of Yosef in regards to the many questions they had and the great reveal that occurred when Yosef said who he was? What tools can we use to not only come to terms with, but to have great joy with our lot in life?
What is the idea of 'v'chai bahem' - you shall live in them? What is the unique situation when one can violate a commandment of the Torah? What is the reward for someone who serves Hashem without the right intentions? Why does someone who serves Hashem out of fear receive his reward only in the world to come? Why does someone who serves Hashem out of love receive reward in this world, as well? What is the highest level of serving Hashem?