As Yaakov prepares to meet Esav he is "distressed" because as Rashi explains he feared "lest he kill Esav."
But why is Yaakov distressed if he needs to kill the evil Esav? Does Shlomo Hamelech not say (Mishlei 11:10) "The destruction of the wicked is praise" (to Hashem)?
Please click on the link below for this week's Hashkafa Shiur with significant life's lessons, plus four truly inspiring stories that will be"H enhance our interpersonal relationships, enabling us to bring great Kiddush HaShem to the world!
given by: Rabbi Avrohom M. Alter