Yom Kippur Blanket Forgiveness — Can That Work?

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  1. Lee Underwood says:

    Excellent article! I see those same statements all over the Web and it just seems too simple, no accountability. I too have come to realize that while justice on Earth will not happen for many things, it will be taken care of one day by the great Judge, and that’s the best justice I can think of.

  2. Ilana says:

    I wholeheartedly agree with your wonderful article. I was surpried that Deri gave a blanket request for forgiveness. In my extended family group, someone who seriously, and terribly hurt a few of us, puts up a voice message to the family with a family blanket request for forgiveness every year. I ferl he needs to approach the people he hurt as a group or individually. And i feel he has not changed or improved post forgiveness request. Example, if I send him a supportive personal message not connected to the hurt, he never ever responds. So for me, his request is just not cutting it.

  1. September 9, 2018

    […] If the blanket apology does not work for me, what about blanket forgiveness? I talk about that here. […]

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