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    The Coronavirus Pandemic

    Why Does G-d Test Me With Such Difficult Challenges?

    Rav Uriel Tuito of Beit El delivers an important answer to a series of similar but different questions on a critically crucial topic.

    Rabbi Oriel Twito | Av 21 5781
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    G-d's leadership in the world

    Doesn't G-d Also Cause the Harm in the First Place?

    Translated and edited by Hillel Fendel

    Why must we thank G-d for performing miracles when it was He Himself Who also brought the sickness or near-attack upon us in the first place?

    Rabbi Yehoshua Weitzman | Sivan 13 5781
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    G-d's leadership in the world

    Is G-d being "kind" if He's working toward a specific end goal?

    Translated and edited by Hillel Fendel

    Why do we think of the State of Israel as a kindness that G-d performed for us, when actually He did it for Himself, for the purpose of the Redemption process?

    Rabbi Hagai Lerrer | Sivan 13 5781
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    35 min
    G-d's leadership in the world

    The Different Levels On Which G-d Runs the World & Transmits to Us

    Ein Aya, Shabbat 2, 241

    Anyone who believes that G-d runs the world knows that he does so via various ways & on many different levels. Rav Kook deals with these many venues how He transmits messages to us & analyzes the extent of the direct & indirect levels, including dreams (mine & those around me) sickness (mine & those around me), accidents, challenges etc. The question of "why bad things happen to good people" is based upon the mistaken & even childish thought that life is supposed to be smooth, as opposed to Judaism which sees life as challenges, some pleasant & others not, which are sent us as G-d's way of helping us grow, be independent & Godly. Many aspects of life have nothing to do with "reward & punishment", but are "wake-up calls" to analyze ourselves.

    Rabbi Ari Shvat | Cheshvan 17 5781
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    4 min
    G-d's leadership in the world

    The Babysitter's Message

    A young 14-year-old girl ends up saving the life of a seven-year-old child she was babysitting so many years later.

    Rabbi Yoel Gold | Cheshvan 8 5780
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    Ein Ayah

    When Bad Can Bring Good

    Various Rabbis | Av 13 5775
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