"And [Yosef] asked Pharaoh's officers who were with him in prison... 'Why are your faces sad today?'" (B'reishis 40:7.) How did this seemingly small act of asking two fellow prisoners how they were feeling lead to a massive ripple effect? What does this teach us about the enormous power of "small" acts of kindness? How is this lesson connected to 19 Kislev and Chanukah?
Based on Shabbos Parshas Mikeitz, Shabbos Chanukah 5734, Sichos Kodesh 5734 vol. 1, p. 204-213.