Forgiveness is not a “doing.” It’s a result of our willingness to practice opening our hearts.
In theory, the present is independent of the past and the future. But that’s not always how it works in practice.
Forgiveness isn’t just something you do in the mind. To be effective it must also be an embodied practice.
Repentance requires that we embrace a change in our identity in three difference areas.
Practicing Apunya can help us deal with difficult people and help us find peace of mind in the process.
Yom Kippur teaches us the value of forgiveness. Cultivating compassion and loving-kindness to forgive others is great. But it must start within.
How do we ask for forgiveness if we are unable to offer it to others? If we can change, isn’t it fair to assume others can also change?