“We live in a time when there are many questions about the way Hashem runs the world. We have to bear in mind that there is so much we cannot see.
…We may witness (Heaven forbid!) a Jew being killed because of his religion and leaving behind a bereaved family. Speechless, we think to ourselves. How could such a thing happen if Hashem is so merciful? But Chazal tell us that when a Jew dies because of his religion, it is regarded as dying al Kidush Hashem, in sanctification of Hashem’s name. Such a person goes to a place in Gan Eden that is beyond the reach of others.
Hashem is the father of orphans, and he takes care of widows. We cannot understand, but we can trust.
This world is fleeting. Our purpose is to merit Olam Haba – the World to Come, which is forever.”