Q:What is the pshat in the ma’amar chazal that tells us that we should be careful with poor children because they are the ones who will become talmidei chachomim?
Q:The Rav said tonight that Dovid Hamelech reached greatness because of his constant singing of praises to Hashem. But the Rav has said in the past that music lessons for children are a waste of time. Can that be explained more clearly?
Q:It doesn’t seem like children in the schools today are really learning about what the brachos on foods really mean. If parents want to be michaneichtheir children in the peirush hamilos of the brachos, at what age should they start?
Q:Chazal tell us that we should always make sure to speak lashon nekiyah, a clean language (Pesachim 3a). How does one make the determination of what is included in the category of clean or unclean language?