Eyes Wide Open (2009)
Head of Yeshiva Student in the Butchery: [translated] Look, Reb Aaron, the boy that works for you doesn't belong here.
Aaron Fleischman: What do you mean?
Head of Yeshiva Student in the Butchery: Nothing good can come out of this. There are rumors. He is a curse to righteous men. Butcher, don't bring him to our home. Don't take him to the synagogue, and not to our neighborhood.
Aaron Fleischman: [translated] A young man must work and pray. Rest brings about idleness. And idleness causes madness.
Rabbi Vaisben: [translated] He who dwells in abstinence is a sinner. A man who prevents himself from drinking wine is a sinner. He makes a sacrifice. Why? God doesn't want a man to suffer. He shouldn't cause himself sorrow. Why has God created the world? To make good for us, to ease our souls.
Aaron Fleischman: Rabbi, this doesn't satisfy me. He who drinks wine doesn't want to deal with the challenge. Worshipping God is an everyday duty. It means loving the difficulties. Being a slave of God means loving the hardship.