Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.

Resentment; Revenge

Sort by:
Related Topics
Abuse (41)
Ambition (30)
Anger (94)
Apathy (23)
Bigotry (3)
Bittul (73)
Blame (11)
Charisma (1)
Chutzpah (9)
Courage (46)
Courtesy (3)
Despair (6)
Envy (12)
Excuses (14)
Faith (328)
Fear; Awe (46)
Guilt (35)
Hate (17)
Heroism (10)
Honesty (45)
Hope (23)
Humility (124)
Hypocrisy (23)
Idealism (1)
Jealousy (21)
Laziness (3)
Love (176)
Patience (1)
Pride (31)
Regret (15)
Trust (22)
Violence (27)
Waiting (7)
You shall not take revenge… — Leviticus 19:18 What is taking revenge? Taking revenge is when you ask someone, “Lend me your sickle,” and he says no. The next day he comes to you and asks you “Lend me your hatchet.” You respond, “I am not lending to you, j...
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 prohi...
With one phone call, I could ruin his career and shatter his entire life. Should I do it?
Getting Over Resentment
Learning how to heal from emotional pain from the past is not just about feeling better. It’s about removing the one thing that most blocks us from living our true lives.
When I close my eyes, I imagine that it’s all a game of tug-of-war. I am the rope that each parent is so desperate to gain. They each pull without compromise, determined to win me over.
Women and Wisdom: Lesson 5
It says that G‑d forgives those who forgive others. What does the Torah teach us about how to get rid of resentments, and start forgiving those who have hurt us?
While feeling bitter may be justified in our eyes, it’s not a way to endear ourselves to others or improve our predicament. Moreover, it punishes us more than anyone else.
They were burning with an urge for revenge. “Let us ambush the new rabbi at night and beat him to a pulp,” one suggested.
To forgive and let go of anger and resentment is good for our fellow man, and it’s even better for oneself.
Browse Subjects Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9