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So that's why if you want the money, it helps to buy a lottery ticket.
Though of course, don't go out and buy a whole stack of tickets.
Since the birth of such a child, God forbid, causes great anguish...
it is prudent for all who are considering marriage to undergo this test." (cited in Jewish Observer, May, 1986) Having trust in the Almighty gives a person peace of mind and serenity.
" Rebbe Akiva answered: "God made poor people precisely in order that we should help them.
Helping others is what God wants us to do." So you see, God wants us to make the effort.
circumcising a new baby boy, or turning raw kernels of wheat into bread.
The question arises regarding testing people before marriage for being carriers of Tay-Sachs disease.
Some people wonder whether such testing is not contrary to the trust we are required to have in Divine Providence - why search for problems when in all probability none exist?
Because if God wants you to win, one ticket should be enough.
In the section discussing prophecy, the Torah states, "You shall (trust) wholeheartedly in God" (Deut. We are enjoined to trust in God, but to what degree do we have an obligation to make a normal human effort and what is considered a lack of trust in God?