Q:What should we think about when we count sefiras haomer?
Q:It states that when a man comes to the next world, they’re going to ask him, “Pilpata bechochmah? Did you engage in pilpul of chochmah, in discussing the fine points of Torah wisdom?”Does that mean everyone is going to be asked that question?
Q:If a person feels like he hasn’t accomplished enough in his learning, how can you expect him to be happy working at a full-time job in order to support his family? He wants to sit and shteig and become a talmid chochom.
Q:You mentioned before an example of a talmid chacham who sits and learns when he has no money for his family; he’s depending upon support from the outside. Is that the proper way for a husband to fulfill his responsibilities towards his family?