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?
Q:It states in Parshas Vayeitzei that “Yaakov kissed Rochel” when he saw her the first time. But Rabbi Miller has stated that there is no such thing as love at first sight. Don’t we see from here that romance is true?
Q: You said about a year ago once that we should not believe in romance; that the Torah does not believe in romance. But it says Parshas Chayei Sara that Yitzchok Avinu married Rivka, and it says ויאהבה – that he loved her. Can you explain this?