Q:What can we learn from the lack of clarity in the thirty-six days since the election with regards to who will be the next President, Bush or Gore?
Q:The Rav has said that vacations aren’t always necessary. But aren’t diversions, such as eating out or going on vacation, useful as recreation to break up the humdrum of routine. Can’t we say that vacations are necessary for a person to get a renewed and refreshed outlook when returning to his responsibilities?
Q:The gemara tells us that Rabbi Tzaddok fasted forty years before the Churban Beis Hamikdash in order to try and help avert the coming catastrophe. But doesn’t that mean that was probably a depressed and gloomy tzaddik?