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Struggle, Challenge & Adversity

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About three years ago, my husband was going through a very hard time, and he was very mean to me. After a couple of very rocky years, with me wanting a divorce many times, things seem to have stabilized. My problem is that I just can't get past the past. ...
I would like to better understand, how is it that we are promised love and redemption and all kinds of good things according to the prayers and the Torah, but terrible things happen to people I consider good and righteous?
If G‑d cares so much about the human race, why do we struggle so hard just in order to survive?
I have a lot of challenges in my life. What should I remember to help me cope?
I don't understand why there are constant ups and downs and such hardships in the Torah.
There’s something clearly pointing me in a specific direction. How do I know if it’s a sign from G‑d saying “This is what I want you to do”—or a test to see whether I can withstand the pressure?
I'm not sure what exposure you have had to observant Jews, but judging by your question, it seems to have been from a distance...
Adam wasn't supposed to eat from that tree. Cain and Abel were supposed to talk things out. Everyone was supposed to get along. That was Plan A
The sages of the Talmud taught us that “according to the camel is the load.”
In this industry, I have only Saturday and Sunday to conduct business.
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