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Asking Forgiveness

Avner Madar
July 30, 2015

Question:

I discovered that my friend did something wrong according to my perception and I decided to tell some people about it. The whole situation went out of control, hurting and separating family and friends. How can I ask for forgiveness if I cannot repent through the process of teshuvah? Every night I see the whole situation and I imagine how I could have dealt with it in a proactive way. What else can I do to manage this guilt? ~ML

Answer:

If you have done a true teshuvah (repentance) the Lightforce of the Creator will send you another test so you will be able to fix the situation. Continue to give and study and live your life without any guilt. That's all you can do. The results of your actions are up to the Creator. What is up to you is living without guilt.

Learn the lesson and move on!

All the best.