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Hi Rabbi, I have a question that I’m not comfortable about asking my local Rabbi. Once in a while I have thoughts about dying and it frightens me. My wife and friends tell me not to worry about it; that I’m normal and just try to ignore such thoughts and concentrate on happy thoughts. What would you as a Rabbi advise me? Thanks in advance.
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A popular question asked by many people is why good people suffer and good things happen to bad people. Why does God sometimes give victory to the wicked people?

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Hi Rabbi, I write while thinking about the ongoing rescue/recovery efforts after the Surfside building collapse. So many caring people are risking so much to help in any way possible. I am not asking why it happened, but would like to hear your thoughts on this. Thank you for this valuable service.
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On Yoma 67b, there is a mention of angels (Uzza and Azael) who sinned with the daughters of man. I thought angels did not have free will. If they do not have free will, how can the go against Hashem's wishes by sinning?

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Hi, I just got up from sitting for my mother and had time for some life introspection. My question is as follows: How is the system God created fair? We are brought into this world against any choice, with instincts and tendencies that diametrically oppose the rules we are to follow, and if we break these rules (as I have too many times to count), can expect to experience unimaginable torment in the next world for who knows how long. How is this fair in any way? I mean, seriously, if this was a business proposal, I'd laugh you out of my office. Talk about risk/reward. I know there is no easy answer. Maybe you can recommend a book or two to offer some insight. Thank you.

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I've heard that it's in the Scriptures that the people of Israel are waiting for the day when they'll abide with God Who'll be in the personage of the Messiah. 1. Is this true? 2. If so, where in Scripture can this be found?   Thank you, Eddie    
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