Q: Can we say that the worst Jew is better than the best goy?
Q:The Rav was speaking tonight about the great achievement of coming close to Hashem by means of relentless thinking; of straining ourselves to think about Him always in order to achieve perfection in this world. And the impression you gave – at least it’s the impression I got – is that this is the way to come…
Q:How can you explain that sinas chinam is as bad as avodah zara, giluy arayos and shfichas damim? What makes hatred of a fellow Jew so bad that it’s put into the same category as those terrible aveiros?
Q: I saw in a sefer that the Am Yisroel during the time of the Beis Hamikdash were self-confident warriors. Why did the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash change the Jew to his present humble and weak condition?