Taking the side of the oppressed can mean withholding forgiveness from the oppressor.
What Judaism really says about when we should feel guilty, and where we can go from there.
The Torah places a high value on self-love. That means practicing self-forgiveness, too.
In civil engagement, Judaism offers a way forward.
The Book of Micah offers a roadmap.
Mass emails and social posts asking for forgiveness from ‘anyone I hurt’ bypass the hard work of repentance.
The process of asking for forgiveness doesn’t end with making a heartfelt apology, Maimonides made clear.
To forgive is to hold on to the future more tightly than the past.
How should I say I'm sorry?