letting go of a grudge

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    OKay, I learned something recently that was painful but I needed to learn. Someone I dated a while ago said some things that I couldn’t let go of. I tried to forgive, but it was still painful. I was thinking about it recently and was upset at the person. Then G-d sent me a message of another person doing the same thing. I was furious and couldn’t understand why this was happening.

    Then I realized it was my grudge of someone from last year. G-d wants me to let it go. Cue the music, lol.

    As painful the memory is, I need to let go of the anger and move on.

    It’s a good lesson for all of us. We all have upsetting situations and think about the anger sometimes. But as upsetting as it is, we shouldn’t let it ruin us. We are fellow Jews, brothers and sisters. We need to put down our verbal swords and see the good in each other.


    Forgiveness is more important for the wronged party than the wrongdoer you need to let go of the anger to move on its not easy by any stretch of the imagination but it can be done and its for your benefit.

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    The cold never bothered me anyway. But even so, it’s nice that the brutal winter is finally over.



    EY Yid

    Learn what sefer Tomer Devorah demands of us — forgiving, tolerating — not easy at all!

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