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I’ve sinned so egregiously. Is there any hope for me?

by Rabbi Shlomo Chein

  

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If there was no way for you to correct your life, there would be no point in living, and G-d would take your life away.

Indeed, as long as you live there is a possibility for you to regret your old ways and change to better ways, which will lead to a holier life in this world and a worthy place in the World to Come.


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