Perhaps the hardest years for Rav Moshe Shapira were when his teenage daughter Shulamis was battling a terminal illness. She was being treated in a hospital in New York. After Rav Moshe returned from one of his trips, one of the bochurim, inappropriately, asked him what sugya he had learned in America. With a sigh, Rav Moshe answered, “I learned the sugya of Ashrei hagever asher teyasrena Kah u’mi’Torascha telamdena (Tehillim 84:12).” Which in context meant, “Praiseworthy is the man to whom Hashem gives suffering, who learns from Hashem’s Torah the sugya of suffering.”