Pesach Sheini פסח שני

pay-sakh shay-nee

lit.: A second Passover.

A holiday on the Jewish calendar, one month after Passover, when those who failed to bring a Passover offering the first time around could come and do it now.

Which means, as the Rebbe Rayatz explained, that in truth there is no such thing as failure. No matter how bad you messed up, no matter how far you’ve fallen, you’ve never lost.

Because it is G‑d’s universe, not ours. And for G‑d, there is no failure.

And for us? For us, there are only opportunities.

Opportunities to do even better. To have two Passovers instead of just one.