Friday, September 17, 2010

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Forgive Me

by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

We are thrilled with our readership and our comment interaction here at Mystical Paths.  And further surprised at the impact of blogs in general and the impact that Mystical Paths has on our readers lives.

Along the way we’ve made some mistakes.  While we’d love to throw out excuses, the net still is we’ve taken some actions on occasion that have hurt others.

…for your comments I deleted, forgive us.

…for your email list information I shared without permission, forgive us.

…for any inaccuracies in Torah inaccuracy quoted or meanings misrepresented, forgive us.

…for excerpts and material posted and not attributed, forgive us.

For all these and more, forgive us and accept our request for atonement.

Yet we face the question…if we do not stand up and try to make a difference, who will?  And if we do we know we won’t do so perfectly.  So we choose to do our part, ask forgiveness for our mistakes, and trust in our readers and in Shamayim that we’re doing the right thing for the right reasons – and (G-d willing) having a positive impact.

May all Klal Yisroel be written and sealed for a good and sweet year.  And may we greet each other in Jerusalem THIS YEAR by the Beis HaMikdash (the Holy Temple) in the presence of the Shechina and Moshiach Tzidkaynu!

Gmara V’chasiva Tova

1 comments:

Crazy Smade said...

You're all doing a great job! I just wish that I had some serious coin to contribute. I too ask forgiveness of anyone that I've offended here and I want to thank the staff and the readership for fielding my questions and for allowing me to express my concerns.

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