THE THREE SHEPHERDS
Greatness seems to emerge in an unusual, often haphazard fashion. Sometimes a single member of a family rises to become a leader or an icon. Occasionally many members of the same family are blessed with a particular talent, be it musical, sports-orientated or academic. Consider pop groups such as the Jackson brothers and the Bee Gees or sporting families such as tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams.
In the Jewish world there are dynasties of great Torah scholars, such as the Soloveitchik or Finkel families. But seldom do we find a family where each member is a leader in a completely different field of endeavour. Yet that is exactly what we see regarding the three children of Amram and Yocheved,