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Wednesday, 11 October 2017

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Tena

This is so true and unfortunately, I know from experience. Once we do teshuva and decide to stop continually performing the blemish, then we must believe HaShem has forgiven us. This is hard for me to do and I find that even if it's been years since the blemish, the guilt I have drives me to continually repent for it. Thank you for this important reminder.

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