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Does God feel regret and remorse for his actions?


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by Rav Dror

This incredible and inspiring lecture talks about an extremely intriguing spiritual topic - does God feel regret and remorse for his actions. Does got regret the bad things that he had to do to us? Like exiling us from the holy land, destroying the temple, exiling the divine presence (The Holy Shechina), allowing the holocaust, and all of the progroms and crusades and Jews who have been murdered and hurt over the last 3,000 year exile? And what about people who live in poverty and pain, does god have feelings? Even thought we are supposed to believe that everything that Hashem does is for the best, does god feel regret and remorse about certain things that he does? It says in the holy Talmud that God is crying over the fact that he exiled his children, so he must have some sort of divine feelings - this fascinating inspiring lecture dives deep into the kabbalah surrounding it, and the kabbalistic ideas of God and God’s personality as we can understand it. This class is a must hear for all Jews, Noahides, Christians, or anyone who is looking to build a real relationship with God, and come even closer to the Creator of the world.

In English

regret, remorse
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