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There is always some explanation, some justification, some perspective for another’s behavior. If you cannot see it, you are not fit to be a judge.
The time would yet come for the people to rouse themselves from the troughs of suffering.
Simply put—you want to fix what you broke? The first step is to get “tamim.” But what does “tamim” mean?
Is he feeling left out? Is he feeling sad? Frustrated?
I’ve often heard the argument that because creation is so well designed, there must be a Designer. But using that the same logic, I can ask the question: Who created G‑d?
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