What is the meaning of the verse that Hashem will remove the walls around our hearts in the times of Moshiach? What does this have to do with Rosh Hashana? How does this connect to Shavuos and the receiving of the Torah? What happened when Hashem placed the mountain over heads? What is the central theme of Rosh Hashana? How are we to relate to crowning Hashem our King? How can we trust that we will be blessed with a sweet new year? What are we to expect for the year 5780?
Why did Moshe Rabbeinu institute the three tefilos (prayers) to replace Bikkurim after the Temple's future destruction? How does prayer serve in place of the Bikkurim, whose main concept is gratitude? Why are we faced with the danger of forgetting Hashem's kindness in the same moment he does that kindness for us? How does gratitude mitigate this problem?
Why is the situation of the ben sorer umoreh so problematic? Why is he 'judged now for his ultimate end?' What is the concept of Teshuva-return? What is the difference between making change and having a vision? What does it mean to 'return to Hashem' - 'return to His throne?'
What is the idea behind trusting our sages? Why must we not veer from their words neither 'right nor left?' How does trusting them strengthen our trust in Hashem? How can one develop and strengthen their faith both in the sages and lehavdil in Hashem?