In theory, no one wants to be that person who can’t let go, who refuses the request for forgiveness. But is it really possible, or even right, to forgive everything?
As the summer passes its midway point, rabbis begin to think seriously about the coming Days of Awe.
As we turn to the start of a new Jewish year, perhaps we can be inspired by the all-too-familiar customer satisfaction survey to evaluate our spiritual lives.
If posting an apology online serves as a starting point for follow-up conversations, I say go for it. How could that ever be a bad thing?
Aside from a date, what can these two events possibly have in common? Strange as it may seem, there are a few points of comparison.
As the High Holidays approach, once again I am reading S.Y. Agnon’s Days of Awe. As much as the book means to me, though, the person who gave it to me means more.