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Why You Need to Let Go of Resentment

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Why You Need to Let Go of Resentment

To forgive and let go of anger and resentment is good for our fellow man, and it’s even better for oneself.
Forgiveness, Resentment; Revenge

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Malka Barsing Australia May 12, 2016

I found that I had to put 1 foot in front of the other and keep going forward for my own sanity, but to forgive is another story. some things are just unforgiveable, so you just have to walk away. What was done to me I will never forgive. This is too simplistic, to say we must forgive, anyway, why should I forgive someone who is not repentant? they are not worthy of my compassion or thoughts. Reply

rskeen Montclair May 11, 2016

so true so straightforward and true. Thank-you Rabbi... Reply

Casper Netherlands September 27, 2015

Good lesson! To remember :) Reply

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