Sunday, September 23, 2007


Yom Kippor has just ended... A time when Jews traditionally ask each other for forgiveness for things that have done, might've done, or even wished they had done... One of the major downsides of asking for forgiveness is actually calling someone who you might've insulted or hurt or bothered. But maybe you didn't. Like sometimes you can say something that someone else will take personally...and sometimes you can say the same thing to the same person and it doesn't bother them at all.. I think instead of the person asking for forgiveness trying to figure out who they might've insulted in the past year... the insulted parties should be responsible for declaring they took something personally, and informing the other parties they need to be forgiven.


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