What is the idea of blessings and curses that are placed before us? Why does King Solomon speak so much about laziness and alacrity? How does this idea apply to one's physical life, spiritual life and Torah life? How does one 'choose life' in the area of one's character traits? How does one merit a place in the world to come?
What is the concept of Yiras Shamayim-Fear of Heaven? Why is it the key to all other spiritual attainments? Why does the passuk separate fear of Heaven from the other concepts - Emulating Hashem, serving Him, Loving Him and fulfilling His commandments?
What is behind the commandment to love Hashem? How does love affect our bechira-free will? How do we develop a love for Hashem and spirituality? What is it that we are supposed to be waiting for with the advent of Moshiach? What does it signify if we properly yearn for those times? What is the idea behind tzitzis and tefillin?
What is the idea of the word "Eicha-How?" Why does Moshe use this word in speaking of the difficulty in his attempt to carry the nation's problems singlehandedly? What is the idea of "Eicha" in regards to the destruction of Jerusalem and our mourning over it? How does the question become the beginning of the answer? What is the idea behind the statement of our sages that 'whoever mourns over Jerusalem merits to see its rejoicing?'
Why does the Torah detail all of the locations the Jewish people travelled in their sojourn in the wilderness? Why do we need to rehash and review the past? Why is it a good idea to remind ourselves of our mistakes? What was unique about the Jewish people's experience in the wilderness, far from habitation? What is the idea of showing gratitude to the very places that received the Jewish people?