Category Archives: self-loathing

#blogElul 2017 – Day 10: Forgive

If asking for forgiveness during these holy days leading to even holier days is a requirement is there meaning in the act? Isn’t it more honorable to apologize close to the event where one has hurt someone instead of racking … Continue reading

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#blogElul 2017 – Elul 9: See

There is seeing and there is seeing. Glancing versus observing. Scanning versus scrutinizing. In moments of anger/angst I have avoided, evaded eluded, deluded but rarely, if ever, denuded. Viewing rage’s effects only on self is an empty exercise creating a … Continue reading

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