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Thirteen Attributes of Mercy: Dudi Kalish & Friends - Music Video
“HASHEM HASHEM Kel rachum vechanun erech apayim verav-chesed ve'emet, Notzer chesed la'alafim nose avon vafesha vechata'ah venakeh.” Translation: "HASHEM, HASHEM, Omnipotent, Merciful and Kind, slow to anger, with tremendous love and truth, He remembers deeds of love for thousands [of generations], forgiving sin, rebellion and error
How Far Must You Go To Forgive Someone?
Rabbi David Battelman went especially out of his way to forgive
The Secret to Living a Life of Happiness
Hold on to the joy, learn from our mother Sarah
The 10 Commandments of Asking Forgiveness
Did you hurt someone and you want to make amends? See these steps to asking forgiveness
Faith & Forgiveness
Join Rivka Malka on a journey back to ourselves, in this all-new episode of "My Jewish Home"
‘I Am G-d That Heals You’: A Segulah and Prayer from the Chida for Iyar
Discover the unique strength of the month of Iyar to heal and more
Fight, Dream and Forgive
How to re-establish a broken relationship.
Forgiving the Tragedy
A bus driver involved in a fatal accident is approached by the most unlikely visitors. Who might they be? Find out more in another inspiring story from Rabbi Kaplan's fascinating Impact series
May a child be cross with his parents?
My second son is almost 23 years old, married with no children. He is chareidi and we are more liberal. He became more religious and is now a very religious Litvak. It has been almost a month that he isn’t talking to us, he and his wife completely broke off contact. He is angry with us for various reasons, but it is not related to our observance. On the contrary, we have great respect for him and help him out. Now that it’s before Yom Kippur, I’m wondering, as his mother, do I have to ask for his forgiveness? I forgave him in advance for his childish and problematic behavior, and I am not making a big deal of it, I want to believe that hopefully things will work out in the future, and I do not want to hold any bad feelings and complaints against him in my heart. I forgive him wholeheartedly. Do I still need to ask him for forgiveness? I believe with all my heart that I didn’t do anything bad to him, and that his reaction is very wrong. I would appreciate your quick reply.