Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur differ from the other Yomim Tovim. How do they relate to the other holidays – the shalosh regalim? Rosh Hashana’s connection to the sin of Adam HaRishon and Yom Kippur’s connection to Chet HaEgel, indicates that these 2 holidays were not part of the original plan.
The Gemara says that any generation in which the Beit HaMikdash isn’t rebuilt, it’s as if it was destroyed in that generation teaches that it’s natural to have a beit hamikdash on Earth. If there isn’t one, that means that we are actively preventing it from being here.
Why do chazal refer to the time period between Shiva Asar B’Tamuz and Tisha B’Av as Bein HaMetzarim (between the boundaries)? What is the nature of this bridge between the 2? What is the significance of 3?
Rav Yosef was more makpid on Simchat Yom Tov on Shavuot than on other holidays because if not for the Torah he would be like every other Yosef in the marketplace. What did he mean by that? Why specifically the marketplace?