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This class explains the prohibition of revenge (nekamah) and the prohibition of bearing a grudge (netirah). Exploring exactly when and how these prohibitions apply, and how it’s possible to bend one's thoughts in a positive direction and avoid these prohibitions.

The Halachic Parameters of Taking Vengeance or Holding a Grudge

The Halachic Parameters of Taking Vengeance or Holding a Grudge

Does the Torah command something that is against human nature?

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The Halachic Parameters of Taking Vengeance or Holding a Grudge : Does the Torah command something that is against human nature?

This class explains the prohibition of revenge (nekamah) and the prohibition of bearing a grudge (netirah). Exploring exactly when and how these prohibitions apply, and how it’s possible to bend one's thoughts in a positive direction and avoid these prohibitions.
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Resentment; Revenge, Halachah, Kedoshim
Rabbi Chaim Rapoport is an author, educator, lecturer and expert Judaic scholar.
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