Rabbi Daniel Lapin tells us why reading the Shakespearean tragedy "King Lear" gives you a better understanding on how the world really works. Rabbi Lapin analyzes one speech from the play and shares his take on how it reflects a reality we all should understand. He also explores the misfortunes caused by our own behavior and how we blame others for our self-inflicted predicaments.
"Marriage is important," Rabbi Lapin says. "Having children is important and the guy having a few dollars is important. ... Money is important in romance."
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