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    Joseph
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    Nu, Rabbosai? Ready for the Yom HaDin?

    #1185423

    theprof1
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    probably the only ones who really ready themselves for the yom hadin and do teshuva, are the ones who have never sinned at all during the year. the rest of us poor shmos just sit around waiting. but in the end, hashem will forgive us all and bring a blessed good year to everybody. kol yisroel yesh lohem olam haboh letova ulebrocho.

    #1185424

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    “the rest of us poor shmos just sit around waiting. but in the end, Hashem will forgive us all and bring a blessed good year to everybody. kol yisroel yesh lohem olam haboh letova ulebrocho.”

    Hashem won’t forgive you if all you are doing is sitting around waiting!!! You have to put a lot of effort into doing Teshuva! Once you have given it your all, only then can you say that you have bitachon that Hashem will forgive you.

    And it VERY important to remember that Hashem will not forgive you unless you ask mechila from those you have hurt.

    And not everyone has a cheilik in Olam Haba. There is a whole list of things that can cause someone to lose his cheilik.

    #1185427

    takahmamash
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    probably the only ones who really ready themselves for the yom hadin and do teshuva, are the ones who have never sinned at all during the year.

    Which is exactly no human being on this earth.

    And not everyone has a cheilik in Olam Haba. There is a whole list of things that can cause someone to lose his cheilik.

    But it’s not up to us to judge, nor do we know the true workings of HKB”H.

    #1185428

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    “But it’s not up to us to judge, nor do we know the true workings of HKB”H.”

    Who was judging anyone? I was simply pointing out that not everyone has a cheilik in Olam Haba, and it is not a good idea to feel like you can do whatever you want and you don’t have to worry because everyone has a cheilik in Olam Haba. If you are trying your best, then you can have bitachon that everything will be okay. But you can’t just sit back and do nothing!

    #1185429

    why wasn’t my previous post posted it was basically exactly what Lilmod wrote?

    #1185430

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
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    MA – it probably has to do with the “basically” part of the “basically exactly what Lilmod wrote”. I have found that at times the moderators won’t post something I write, but then when I rewrite it, making a slight change in the way it’s phrased, they will post it, even though it has the same meaning as the first attempt.

    The difference usually has to do with connotation. Sometimes something can be written in a way that gives off a negative connotation that may not even be what the poster intended at all, but will affect the way the words are heard and understood by the listeners/readers.

    I think that sometimes when people get upset by your posts, there may not have necessarily been anything so wrong with what you meant by your posts, but the problem may have had to do with the way they were phrased.

    His post was not remotely similar to yours.

    #1185432

    apushatayid
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    They enforced the no diving rule. They usually look the other way.

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