Tag Archives: forgive

#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 25: Begin

Begin to end harmful behaviors toward others and my self. Begin to love my self and others with intention.   Begin to dare others and my self to act with kindness. Begin to change impatience in my self so I … Continue reading

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#BlogElul 13: Forgive

Elul is a holy time for reflection and repentance introspection and intensity asking/granting/receiving forgiveness. We promise to do better to change our ways and return having in the backs of our minds the striking of terror of the Unetanah Tokef. … Continue reading

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Reflections on Al Chet

As we move inexorably toward Yom Kippur, the day of atonement, I have been struggling with the concept of forgiveness, and all it means to me.  Reciting the Al Chet prayer multiple times over a 25-hour period has become less … Continue reading

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