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Pain, Suffering & Tragedy

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Please don't tell me "We can't understand G‑d's ways." I am sick of hearing that. I want an explanation
I live with constant pain. How do I cope?
Question: Why would G‑d take a father by a massive heart attack as he's dancing at his daughter's wedding? None of the upwards of 50 Rabbis at the wedding could save my brother-in-law, nor could the doctors. I don't understand how this can happen. I don't...
Coping With Tragedy in Borough Park Can we make peace with this? Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
Why is it that the biggest question we have for G-d receives no better answer than heaven's silent tear?
It was an eerie feeling as the orbit of the planets suddenly swung into reverse. The moon was no longer receiving and reflecting light; as though sucked inwards, radiance flowed from the moon to the sun...
The Rebbe spoke about the suffering in the world, and when he came to these words, began to choke and sob: If He is truly capable of anything, then why can’t He provide good without the bad? And if His Torah contains the answers for all questions, why...
A Reaction to Personal Tragedy A Taste of Text—Shemini Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
A Reaction to Personal Tragedy
Though we are not expected to react like Aaron, our own lives are rarely easy. To accept life’s challenges, we need to cultivate our faith that G‑d runs the world.
The comfort and security that life today affords has somehow convinced us that suffering is abnormal, and that we must do everything in our power to avoid it or negate it, run away from it or erase it. The catch is that life is still full of suffering...
“Tell me frankly, I appeal to you—answer me: Imagine that it is you yourself who are erecting the edifice of human destiny with the aim of making men happy in the end, of giving them peace and contentment at last, but that to do that it is absolutely...
Last week's Parshah concluded with the epochal exchange between Moses and G-d over the mystery of human suffering, in which Moses protested, "My G-d, why have You done evil to this people?" The opening verses of this week's Parsha contain -- we assume --...
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