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What's Deeper than Forgiving?

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Rabbi Shlomo Katz

When G-d forbid hurting someone's feelings, we all desire to be forgiven, and we usually want it to take place immediately. However when we hurt someone in their hearts - although we might be forgiven by them - regaining access to that person's heart takes a while.

In this week's Parsha video based on a teaching of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach ztz'l, we learn the pain which came about the sin of the spies, the pain of so to speak being distanced from G-d's heart.

When it comes to not being faithful to the Land of Israel, it's so much deeper than just being forgiven.

Have a beautiful Shabbos

Shlomo

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