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The Jewish Pathway to Forgiveness
It is a fundamental part of our faith, but what does it mean? What are the mechanics of forgiveness and how does it work? Does true forgiveness mean that complete trust is restored? This class will define forgiveness, highlight its centrality in Judaism, ...
A comprehensive course on giving and getting forgiveness.
This forgiveness course focuses on the study of interpersonal relationships. But some of what we learn is equally relevant to our divine relationship. Learners completing this course, will have a thorough and fundamental understanding of the mechanics and...
The Jewish Approach to Forgiveness vs. Justice
When one forgives another for a crime committed against them, what does this mean? Does it mean that the sinner is absolved and cleansed? But what of justice and repentance? And, the big question: By what right can one dispense forgiveness to begin with? ...
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?
Pre-Yom Kippur Inspiration
Learn an amazingly simple secret for healing yourself and all of your relationships this new year.
How and When to Forgive and Forget
A practical look at how to forgive people -- especially those closest to us -- after they have caused us harm.
The only thing to be done with sinful behavior is to stop it, to repent for it, and never to return to it. As for the power of desire that leads to the sin, it has significantly more positive possibilities.
To forgive and let go of anger and resentment is good for our fellow man, and it’s even better for oneself.
How to Turn Hurt into Happiness
We may be entitled to our anger, but do we really want it? Practical advice for getting out of the resentment rut.
On what grounds should you forgive me if I wronged me? Yom Kippur is a day of forgiveness. Learn from G-d, the ultimate Forgiver.
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