Tag: Chessed

Rav Avigdor Miller on How To Help A Fellow Jew

Q: What is more important, praying for your friend or doing something tangible for him?

Rav Avigdor Miller on Divided Loyalty

Q: We have an obligation to love Hashem and to love our fellow Jews. Whom do we have to love more, G-d or man?

Rav Avigdor Miller on Taking Advantage of a Ruined Shidduch Date

Q: If a boy takes a girl to dinner for a shidduch and it doesn’t work out, does he have a mitzvah of doing gemilus chasadim because he gave her a free meal?

Rav Avigdor Miller on Davening for the Sick

Q: What should one’s reaction be when he hears that his friend’s child is very sick? 

Rav Avigdor Miller on Damaging Chesed

Q: If people are waiting for a Jewish owned bus, and I’m passing by and I could give them a ride for nothing or for less money, should I do it? Or do I have to take into account that I’ll be hurting the Jew who owns the bus company? 

Rav Avigdor Miller on Ignoring the Holocaust

Q: The Rav spoke tonight about learning to enjoy this world and to thank Hashem for everything. But in view of the fact that there have been great tragedies in the world, how can we really do that? Shouldn’t the mere knowledge of the great Holocaust that our nation experienced in Europe sober us?