Yom Kippur Blanket Apology — Sincere Or A Pointless Temporary Fix?

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6 responses

  1. Well said and stated

  2. Steve Blowers says:

    Yes, very well said.

  3. brian b says:

    well said sheri. the 4th element you talk about the compensation, in many cases the compensation would be your point number three for me, changing behavior. as for not apologising whe its not needed, such a good point also in this day and age where political correctness and playing the victim card is widespread.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      I can see what you mean about points 3 & 4. In many cases that is true. I had not thought about the issue of PC and snowflakes as that only became the norm after this piece had already been written. It is a good point you make.

  1. September 9, 2018

    […] as the blanket apology has little meaning for me, the same is true of the blanket forgiveness. And I am sorry about that […]

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