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In our day-to-day people will offend us, rather than hold a grudge the Bible teaches us to forgive. Having an unforgiving heart leads to bitterness. A heart that is bitter cannot love as it ought to love. We are to be kind forgiving one another, as God forgave you.
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Jewish Journal Sep 14
JJ Table for Five: Yom Kippur - How do we make an atonement that lasts? with , of , Shaindy Jacobson of , Rabbanit Alissa Thomas-Newborn and of
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Laura Berman Sep 9
Bracing myself; This year is going to be really different.
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Rabbi Marci Bellows Sep 16
This Rabbi approves of the from this week’s Lovett or Leave It. Thank you for apologizing to these people who were so mistreated. Shanah Tovah, !
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Landon Braverman 5h
To those who observe, I hope you had an easy and restorative fast. I for one feel a new sense of energy, commitment, and hope. Here we go!
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Jake Perlman 11h
Fulfilled a secret childhood dream this morning by being a greeter for Yom Kippur services, getting a head start on the good deeds for the New Year
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Caroline Dorn 6h
Yom Kippur is now over and I'm mostly sorry for all of the emails I haven't responded to since Rosh Hashanah began.
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AudioFile Magazine Sep 17
From narrates w/ controlled intensity the realistic & swashbuckling tale has created on the ashes of the Inquistion. Recommended by for
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Barry 🐻 Sep 11
Replying to @bmerer
And who in her lonely slip, who by barbiturate, Who in these realms of love, who by something blunt, And who by avalanche, who by powder, Who for his greed, who for his hunger, And who shall I say is calling?
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Barry 🐻 Sep 11
And who by fire, who by water, Who in the sunshine, who in the night time, Who by high ordeal, who by common trial, Who in your merry merry month of may, Who by very slow decay, And who shall I say is calling?
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Tutor Doctor Tucson 4h
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Avi Abelow Sep 14
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yolandadouthit Sep 18
True forgiveness begins with actions not words! Entering into your new season is contingent upon you forgiving yourself and others. When you truly forgive, you serve yourself release papers to move forward towards your new, improved and better!
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Talia Moore Sep 16
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DirtieGirlie Sep 18
my mans has never been to temple, but he offered to take my mom. I told him it's $195 for a ticket to Yom Kippur. now he knows why I don't go.
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JFS of Colorado Sep 18
Our offices will close at 2:00 p.m. today and will be closed tomorrow for Yom Kippur. If you attend services during this holiday, please drop off food for the High Holy Days Food Drive at your synagogue. Thank you to all participating synagogues!
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Lacey, Usurper of Men 12h
Replying to @LipstickLacey
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R.G. Kohut 19h
I atoned online with the adorable eScapegoat. Add yours!
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Jewish Journal Sep 18
JJ High Holy Days: Rosner’s Torah Talk: Five Rabbis on Yom Kippur
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BabbleHub 21h
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