Search Results "Suffering"
10 Proofs That G-d Loves You Despite Giving You Tribulations
"If there is a good and loving G-d, then why is there suffering in the world?" Some have used this question as an excuse for their apostasy, but there is no logical connection between believing in G-d’s existence and understanding His actions; those who study harmful bacteria or mosquitoes admit the great genius inherent in how they work, despite the harm they cause
Improper behavior by someone who is not Asking Forgivenerss
How does one come to forgive and forget when the behavior is disturbing and continual? (Tochacha is not an option)
The Joy of Pain
If G-d loves us, why does he inflict suffering upon us? In this short clip, Rabbi Meyer Yedid discusses this sensitive paradox.
Is there an Obligation to eat Kugel or Chulent on Shabbat?
Rabbi, please tell me: Is it true that if I don't eat "Kugel" and "Chulent" on Shabbat that I become like the worst possible rasha (wicked person)?
Parshat Chukat: How to Face the Challenges of Life - Rabbi YY Jacobson
Challenges are a part of everyday life. Rabbi YY Jacobson provides strategies and guidelines for overcoming these challenges, based on the Weekly Torah Portion
Ruth - Acquiring Meaning Through Challenges
Why must the Torah, The Land of Israel, and the World to Come be acquired only through yissurim (suffering / challenges)?
6 Natural Allergy Remedies
Are you suffering from seasonal allergies? Try out these natural remedies that can provide you with the relief you’re looking for
Shemot: Yosef and The Burning Bush
The burning of the bush symbolized the great suffering that the Jewish people would suffer in the Four Exiles, yet the fact that the bush was not destroyed alluded to the miracle that the Jewish people would not be destroyed by all their suffering
What is wrong with intermarriage?
What is wrong with a jewish girl who choose to not be religious, marrying a nice non jewish boy? why does religion play a role in marriage, and why is it so discouraged?
Fasting over one’s sins
In the past I did immoral sins, but now I married a worthy woman and accepted upon myself to avoid sinning in the future, expressed regret, and confessed my sin. Is that enough for my sins to be forgiven or do I have to accept all kinds of extreme measures as mentioned in the holy books, like fasting during a night and a day, redeeming myself with money especially during Elul, the Ten Days of Repentance and the 8 weeks beginning with the week when they read Shemot? Or maybe my sins were forgiven already?
Watch: President Trump Hugs Sick Boy After Signing Bill
This week, President Donald Trump signed the ‘Right to Try Act’ bill. During the signing, he responded to a young boy suffering from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, who asked for a hug. What a touching moment
Praying during the Lag B’Omer lighting
When I light a candle in honor of the tzaddik Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, I want to say an appropriate prayer. I understand that such a prayer exists. Can you tell me what it is?
The Joy of Pain
If G-d loves us, why does he inflict suffering upon us? In this short video clip, Rabbi Meyer Yedid discusses this paradox
Women's Rights: What Decisions Does a Woman in Saudi Arabia Make? None Whatsoever
Here’s Amal’s story, besides suffering there’s not very much to it
How Do We Relate to G-d after Witnessing Natural Disasters?
Shalom, Rav. I have an important question: Why is it that we see such atrocities happening in the world which seem to be very bad and cause a person to feel far from Hashem? I always hear that whatever Hashem does is for the good, but there seems to be so much suffering in the world, that it is difficult to accept the fact and feel secure that the Creator does everything for the good while at the same time you see such terrible things. Especially now that we see, even among Jewish communities, that everyone thinks Hashem will protect them and nothing will happen, and then in actuality you see that even they are affected by a natural disaster.
A Young Woman's Post about Anxiety Gets over 420,000 Shares!
Her description of anxiety gave words to thousands suffering from it who couldn’t express it
On the aftermath of the Jerusalem synagogue massacre
Recently there were a number of tragedies in Israel, including attacks, causing much pain and suffering. Everyone says that the Messiah is truly almost here, and that those who were killed in the synagogue were an atonement before the coming of the Messiah… I ask myself, how different were the disasters and terrorist attacks in our days from those that occurred 70 years ago or 2000 years ago... during the Holocaust and the Inquisition, which were much worse. Probably then they also said that the Messiah was at the door and would soon come. They did not know that even after 70 years and more, the Messiah still wouldn’t have come and the exile would still continue. So how are we supposed to be cheered up by such statements? How different is the present from the past ?? I'd love to hear your answer.
Jon Morrow’s Message: “If I Can Do It You Can Too!”
Suffering from a chronic terminal illness, Jon Morrow became a millionaire by inspiring millions of people to give it their best shot
An additional questin i was asked following Harav Zamir Cohen’s visit in Baltimore
I was asked an additional question here in Baltimore following Harav Zamir Cohen's visit to our community, and would appreciate if you can answer. There are a few concepts in the Torah that i simply do not understand. The Torah commands us to behave with such care towards animals - to releeve it of a heavy load, to be carefull not to cause it any pain and even to save it if it is in trouble. How then is it possible that this same Torah commands us to do things such as throwing a goat off a cliff " la'azazel," or performing a Brit Millah, which is a painful procedure which is not done under anesthesia, on a tiny baby? I understand that we humans are the crown of creation, but why must thses actions be done with such cruelty?