Atkins, Passover Haggadah

Bezalel who was appointed to oversee the carpenters

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Unformatted text preview: fering and Forgiving" The idea that once one has sinned there can be no forgiveness for someone who wholeheartedly repents of wrongdoing, would make the world an impossible place to live in. And God has made provision for forgiveness every day. The Rabbis say that we should repent the day before our death and as we do not know when we are going to die one should repent every day The Torah even provides a special time of the year The Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur for all of us to contemplate our past actions and think about our future ones and to sincerely repent of our wrong doing. Not only in our neglect of the Mitzvoth but in our actions towards our fellow man. The Rabbis make it quite clear however, that Yom Kippur is a vehicle for our repentance only for those sins that we have committed between us and God. It does not absolve us in our sins against our fellow man. For that we have to ask forgiveness from the person whom we have wronged. However, there are some people who are so evil, that no amount of repentance will exonera...
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