Day 27 of 29: Healing Doesn't Take Time. Healing Takes Effort.

As we travel through the days of Elul, it is possible that we will encounter painful memories of ourselves and our actions, regrets, mistakes, things we wish we didn’t say ...

A common response to pain and trouble is that time heals all wounds. The Jewish response is that by itself, time only serves to put more space between our past selves and our current selves. In other words, Time dulls all our wounds. But time does not heal anything! Healing takes effort, concentration, intent and desire. It takes a commitment to acts of t’shuvah. It takes this month of Elul.

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Day 26 of 29: God Sent You