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Is there a moral obligation to correct someone who is doing wrong? What if to do so would embarrass the person? What is the balance between speaking out against wrongdoing and not hurting someone's feelings?

Rebuke and Human Dignity

Rebuke and Human Dignity

Jewish Ethics: Lesson 2

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Rebuke and Human Dignity: Jewish Ethics: Lesson 2

Is there a moral obligation to correct someone who is doing wrong? What if to do so would embarrass the person? What is the balance between speaking out against wrongdoing and not hurting someone's feelings?
Rebuke
Criticism; Rebuke
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Zarchi is co-director of Chabad @ Laureleaf in Thornhill, Ontario.
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