My High Holiday Request

A High Holiday request:

If there is a way that I personally have caused pain in your life, intentionally or accidentally, and I have not apologized (because I have not remembered or known), please let me know that I have hurt you, so that I may work to do t’shuvah and earn your forgiveness.

This is not a blanket request for general forgiveness, nor ought this general request excuse the fact that I have likely forgotten ways in which I have caused pain.

What this is is a request from you for help to repair anything that has been broken. Thank you and Shana Tova.

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David Vaisberg, originally from Montreal and Mississauga, Canada, serves as Rabbi at Temple Emanu-El of Edison, NJ and lives in Metuchen, NJ with his family.

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