You drive your car every day, day in and day out.
One day your car doesn’t turn on. You try and try and try, but the engine won’t start.
You take it to the mechanic who fixes it, and you’re back on the road.
Will this mechanic receive a special award? No.
Will he celebrate this great accomplishment? No.
Why not? Because it’s his job, and he has received the needed training to get the job done.
The same thing with the Chareidim.
We live each day with Emunah and Bitachon.
Each one of us knows quite well the concepts of G’zar Din and S’char v’Onesh.
It is certainly difficult to accept Hashem’s decrees.
No one claims to have the answers of the specifics and the severity.
But one thing we do know – the Ribbono Shel Olam did it for a reason only He knows – and we accept His judgement.
Sadly, the Chilonim don’t walk around with such an attitude, and therefore have questions.
They need to take a minute each year to think.
We as Chareidim think about Hashem’s ways every day of the year.
The mechanic’s friends won’t celebrate with him – it lowers their standards.
The Chareidim don’t stand during the siren – it minimizes their Emunah and Bitachon.