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Teshuvah ("Return"; Repentance)

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Teshuvah ("Return"; Repentance): (lit. “return”); repentance, return to a Jew’s true essence
It is not by coincidence that the reading of Haazinu, the portion that is always read in proximity to the High Holy Days, explains our connection to G‑d as that of being bound by rope!
Is there a way to imagine teshuvah as something empowering and encouraging, rather than a beat-down from G‑d?
Jacob is the rope of His inheritance (32:9) The relationship between a Jew and his G-d is like a rope: the more the Jew pulls away, the tauter the bond grows; finally, the mounting pressure causes him to rebound with an even greater force of attraction th...
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