@Maurice has asked a series of interesting questions on how our reward and punishment system works. We generally hold that Yom Kippur is the time of the final verdict for a year, but I'd like to know how it works in details throughout the year:
Does the Y"K verdict cover everything that will happen in the following year second by second - when one will be punished or rewarded? Say: "on Nov. 22 you'll get a big bonus, but on Dec. 12 you'll catch the flu."
If the judgment is ongoing, how frequently it is held - weekly, daily, hourly?
(maybe a standalone Q.) What is the minimal and maximal delay between the judgment and its execution?