Q: If my husband wants his parents to come for yomtiv but they belittle me constantly, do I have the right to prevent my husband from inviting them? Or should I just have them over and swallow the hurt?
Q: The Rav has spoken to us often about common sense being an important part of how we approach certain questions. Wouldn’t common sense tell us that one has to work in order to make a living? So is sitting in Kollel common sense?
Q: In one of your books you write that davening with Modern Orthodox people who aren’t serious about serving Hashem is compared to sha’atnez – a mixing that is unfavorable in the eyes of Hashem. But I thought that we are obligated to daven with all Jews – sinners as well?
Q: What do Chazal mean when they says that, “Kol talmid chochom sh’ein bo da’as, neveilah tovah me’menu”? [Tana Di’bei Eliyahu] What does it mean, “A talmid chochom that doesn’t have da’as”? And why is a dead animal better than him?