Good Teshuva Throw-Away Line

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2 Responses

  1. AS says:

    A 180MB .wav file? You should convert it to mp3, then Dropbox will never object and people can download it in a reasonable length of time.

    [YA Thanks for the great suggestion. Working on it. First step is to find an online converter that will accept a file greater than 100MB]

  2. Raymond says:

    It seems to me that there are two very different entities doing the forgiving here, which makes all the difference in the world. It is much easier for G-d to forgive us, simply because He is not really affected by anything that we do. But to ask our fellow human beings to forgive us for wrongs we do against them, is quite a different matter, since human beings, being so fragile, do get deeply affected by the wrongs done to them. While there is some room for forgiveness in some situations involving some people, there also has to remain the consequences for one’s behavior, so as to help train people to become better people, or at least reduce how much we harm one another.

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