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Uproot the Nail: A Short Yom Kippur Video on Nailing Down Forgiveness

How to attain real forgiveness.


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Visitor Comments: 9

(5) Alex, September 27, 2017 5:11 PM

GREAT!

Cool!!!!

(4) LARRY G STRITE, September 27, 2017 2:55 PM

Awsome message

Very good message ! I am so happy to hear it. This message hit home, for I need to control my anger. Thanks so much for your love and timely message

(3) Sharon, September 26, 2017 3:44 PM

Not Jewish, appreciate the wisdom.

I am not Jewish, but appreciate the wisdom all religions provide. This lesson is from God.

(2) Yvonne, September 25, 2017 3:50 PM

love covers a multitude of transgressions

there was so much I had to forgive but because of that, I too became a person who needed lots and lots of forgiveness: The two seem to go hand in hand: Ask for forgiveness for whatever you did to estrange your daughter to the point that she would be so callous to you: Once you accept her forgiveness she may reach out with a heart that is healed so she too can ask forgiveness from you: Consider it: Pray on it:

(1) Lonna Kahn, September 24, 2017 6:26 PM

Sharper than a serpent's tooth

How does one forgive a 60-year-old daughter who buried her younger sister and the next day went to the movies? Who didn't offer any support to an 80 mother or offer to help with clearing out her sister's apartment? Who hasn't spoken or emailed her widowed mother for six months?

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