Q:What does one do in a yeshiva where you have wicked people who ridicule you if you did a good thing?
Q:I have a question, a problem. I would like to go to college. But I’m in a dilemma trying to decide what should I do. Because I know that I could accomplish tremendously in college; I could do something that would help Jews. But on the other hand I could also try and make it in yeshiva and be successful there. What should I do?
Q:The Rav was speaking tonight about the great achievement of coming close to Hashem by means of relentless thinking; of straining ourselves to think about Him always in order to achieve perfection in this world. And the impression you gave – at least it’s the impression I got – is that this is the way to come…
Q: Why is it that in Europe, in the yeshivos and even among the balabatim, there was a real sensation of eimas ha’din, the fear of the upcoming judgement during Elul, while here in America we don’t see that type of feeling? Aren’t we frum just like they were in Europe?
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?