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Reward & Punishment

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Sometimes you need to see things in your mind's eye; sometimes you need to close your eyes and see things with your soul...
A friend says she doesn't believe G‑d "causes" the consequence, because, she says, "we have free will."
How do we reconcile our religious belief in Divine Providence with the mechanistic world we seem to live in?
A simple answer to an old question.
You're right, it shouldn't work that way. The world was not designed this way. The plain truth is: They've hacked the system
“Rebbe, I can prove that the Torah is false . . . I have broken every available precept for decades now, and I have a wonderful life, blessed with financial success, good health and a happy family . . .”
Obviously, the Egyptians did some really bad things, and something had to be done to free the children of Israel. But couldn’t G-d have found a more humane way to deal with the situation?
The celestial benefits are the greatest motivators. Is it not curious that the Torah employs promises that are trivial by comparison as motivation for the performance of the statutes?
The law of the "Four Guardians" as a model for the duties and priviliges of life
Why did G-d want to "slaughter" the Jews in the desert? A better understanding of the meaning of "slaughter" will answer this question.
Where do we go? What is heaven and hell? Do we ever get sent back for a second life? Is there any way to make contact with a departed loved one?
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