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Hello, I apologize for your time, I am a gentile trying to figure out the proper instruction for one being afflicted based on the verse "Let him sit alone and wait". Although I read from (English) Rashi that this is an expression of waiting, I thought "Yidom" also means silence, supporting the Pirkei Avot that nothing is better for the body than silence (I think). I'm asking because I'm wondering whether a person experiencing afflictions that would be a literal version of pains that the prophet talks about, and I am wondering whether it would be better to pray continuously or be silent. Moshe said a very short prayer that was effective to heal Miriam, so I have been simply asking for forgiveness for my sins since we learn from Tehillim (90+?) that our sins are the only thing that we can complain about and I believe that these are the sources of our dismay. I've stopped prayers of praise based on H' saying about Miriam that if her father spat in her face, would she not dwell outside the camp (I think)? Also, I read from The Divine Code that gentiles are discouraged from offerings although they are allowed since it is difficult to obtain the proper intention, and I have applied it here since people are able to control my heart/mind somewhat severely with technology and I'm not commanded to praise, so it may end up a Chilul H', Heaven forbid. If you could please offer some advice on the proper way to repent and regain life peace and happiness the most effectively, I would appreciate it. I also wanted to ask about the word "Naval". I have seen it translated as vile and withered, maybe with other vowels. In the verse, something like, "vile and unwise people", could this be directly translated as withered with these vowels?

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I was raised an Atheist but at a young age decided to become a baal teshuvah. For the majority of my life, I was relatively observant and did my best to observe as a Orthodox Jew in a household that looked down upon religion as an institution. But, for the past several years I have become increasingly lax in my observance. I do not daven as often as I should, I have been negligent in my observance of Shabbat, I have ceased to do acts of tzedakah in the quantity and frequency that I used to - but, perhaps most frightening of all, seeds of doubts have started to grow in my mind over the existence of G-d - a thought I have cried and lost sleep over and a thought that brings me into a pure and utter state of terror incomparable to anything else I have ever experienced. How may I resolve my doubts and will Hashem forgive me?

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i was recently hearing a discussion i know it might sound funny but it was about the earth being flat or a circle i was just wondering if there is any proofs either way from the tnach or the gemoroh and would love to hear them thanks

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Shalom aleichem Rabbi Lauffer. Thank you for answering my last question. Poskim in the past have ruled that it is a mitzvah to vote. Would this still hold true in countries like America, where the elections are rigged and one’s vote doesn’t count, chas v’shalom? Thanks.

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Dear Rabbi, I’d like to learn more about the concept of faith according to Judaism. Would you please point me in the right direction to better help me understand this topic? Thanks!
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The Christian New Testament claims that, after saving all the Gentiles who are predestined to be saved, HaShem will give the Holy Sprit to the Jews, and the Jews will believe in Jesus. What do Orthodox Jews think of the Christian claim that all the Jews will believe in Jesus in the final days?