Q:What advice should I give to a boy who is of age to get married but doesn’t feel ready for it?
Q:If the Torah is supposed to be teaching us lessons for all time, what do we learn from the encounter between Rivka and Eliezer? What I mean is that she appears to be doing everything that we here wouldn’t want our daughters to do. For example, first she talks to Eliezer, who’s a stranger – so it’s a young…
Q:We believe that shidduchim are made in heaven; so what’s the principle in the gemara that you have to hurry up to find something good because שמא יקדמנו אחר – maybe somebody else might snatch the opportunity away from you (Mo’ed Katan 18b). If it’s ordained, it’s ordained; what’s there to worry about?
Q:Based on what the Rav spoke about tonight, about how Avraham Avinu was careful to take a wife for Yitzchok only from his family and not from any of the converts he had made, would the Rav say that it’s proper to avoid being mishadeich with a gi’yores?
Q:The Rav said that he can’t justify people not getting married. But couldn’t it be that there are some people who are just not meant to get married? Like some people who are poor all their lives and wouldn’t be able to support a family anyways?