Q: Suppose someone recognized the problem in the time of Hitler and did teshuva. Would it have helped or would it have been necessary for all of the Jews, or at least most of them, to do teshuva?
Q: The United States will soon be commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of our entrance into World War II. Can you tell us what you were thinking back then, and what lesson we can learn from the commemoration of this event?
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?