I just learned of the death of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. Rabbi Sacks was a great teacher, and a wonderful ambassador for Judaism around the world. Any time I listened to him, I learned, grew, and was challenged. One thought of his, highly paraphrased, seems so appropriate now. He taught us, the question of why bad things happen to good people is left intentionally un-answerable and must remain so because as soon as we make injustice comprehensible, we will be robbed of the impulse to do something about it.