Q:The medrash on the words וחמושים עלו ממצרים says that only one out of fifty went out of Mitzrayim. Is this to be understood literally, and if yes, why was it so?
Q: If the people here in this shul saw with their own eyes the signs that Moshe did in Mitzrayim and the plagues and Kriyas Yam Suf and the quail and the mann and all the other nissim, they wouldn’t have to depend upon artificial and superficial enthusiasm in doing mitzvos. Don’t you think that we also deserve an injection from Hashem of real sensory…
Q: The Rav said earlier that even more important than being freed by Pharaoh in the middle of the night, was the Yetzias Mitzrayim that took place in the morning when the Am Yisroel left Egyot and escaped the gentile environment. So why do we have the Seder at night and not in the morning?
Q:When the Am Yisroel experienced the neis of Purim, so it says, קיימו מה שקבלו כבר, that they they accepted the whole Torah again only this time it was willingly. Did the generation in the time of Mordechai actually become better than our forefathers were at Matan Torah?