Q:You told us before a story about a Jewish woman in the Middle Ages who was dragged to her death by anti-semites who tied her to the back of a horse. Why does Hashem test His children so severely to the point of having a good woman killed like that?
Q: At the outset of the shiur the Rav said that we shouldn’t be distraught when tzaddikim are niftar from this world. But shouldn’t we be upset because we don’t have their guidance and also that we don’t have the protection they give us by just existing?
Q:You said here many times that we should look forward to sitting in Gan Eden with the crown of daas that we acquired in this world because that will be the ultimate happiness. But couldn’t it be that sitting with a crown on your head enjoying the radiance of Hashem for all eternity is dull compared…
Q: When it comes to a Yissochor and Zevulun partnership, where one learns and one gives money to support him, does the one who’s putting all the work into the learning, does he get more reward than the one who gives the money?