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Life of Yeshiva Guys in Israel: Forgive and Forget

Life of Yeshiva Guys in Israel

A Pictorial, Vidorial, and Textorial Panorama of the Life of Yeshiva Guys in Eretz Yisroel (Israel). Join us as we discover Eretz Yisroel and all it has to offer Yeshiva Bochurim.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Forgive and Forget

Alas. The hour is late.

I had wished to detail the difference between the Xtian approach to forgiveness ("turn the other cheek, etc"), and our approach. In a wordy, pedagogical  essay worthy of the academia that never would have seen it. Or the Rabbonim that would never see it. Or the Yungeleit who would.

Alas.

For now, I simply wish to beg, B'chol Loshon Bakashah complete forgiveness from all the readers and commenters of IYG. Thanks for reading, and if I intentionally or unintentionally slighted you, however slightly, I regret having caused you pain.

Be well, holy Jews, and stay holy. Cry like never before, and beg forgiveness before the holy one.

Say Viddui, regret your sins, and learn some Mussar. And above all, feel bad, feel terrible about your sins. All of them.

And may we all be forgiven.

-Yeshiva Guy

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