Q: The chachomim say that one of the lessons that we learn from the story of Yosef and his brothers is that you shouldn’t show favoritism to one child over because that’s what caused the whole Golus Mitzrayim. Does that apply even if you want to give something to somebody’s else’s kids?
Q: How should we understand the sins of the students of Rabbi Akiva that caused so many thousands of them to die?
Q: You said that when a person tries to do something good in avodas Hashem so right away the yetzer horah puts up roadblocks. So if I would like to start working on improving my middos, mistama the yetzer horah will come against me because its a good thing. How might the yetzer horah come against a person who is working on his middos?