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Forgiveness


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That's all forgiveness means: You don't do anything because of your grudge, you don't say anything to express your grudge and you don't even think about why you have a grudge...
How do you know when you have been forgiven? Or does the guilt just go on and on?
But we don't need to take an "all or nothing" approach. If restoring the relationship is impossible it is not always necessary to terminate all contact or become antagonistic...
Question: I know that I should forgive, but there are so many people that have done me wrong. I just can't let go of that. What should I do? Response: A friend of mine went to use the restroom in a large department store, where a toilet fell off the wall,...
Question: The Torah teaches about the forgiveness of G‑d, but I don't feel forgiven and I certainly can't forgive myself. How do I get victory once and for all from this evil inclination? How do I know that G‑d has forgiven me? How do I forgive myself? I...
Question: I know we are to reconcile ourselves to G‑d and our fellows for our transgressions. This is a very basic Jewish teaching. But what about offering forgiveness to those who have wronged us? A not so modern method of spiritual 'health and...
One does not decide what happens to him; one decides what he wants to do with what happens to him...
Can I forgive someone in my head and heart when I have been wronged and I never even received an apology? And why would forgiving that person make me feel better, when I am perfectly happy with my anger and resentment that I feel rightfully belongs?
Only G-d can truly repair the effects of transgression.
The older I get the more apparent my lies have become. I barely believe myself anymore, especially when I make grand statements like, "I’ll never do or say that again." Too often the future robs me of my honesty
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