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Shalom, and blessings to everyone who uses this site properly.

Inspired by this: SELICHOT Request for Forgiveness

I humbly ask forgiveness of anyone I have offended or upset while using this site, and seek reconciliation where possible.

I’ve posted some bad questions, presumptuous questions and presumptuous answers. Also a snarky comment about eighteen months ago (lack of wit on my part).

I am very grateful to everyone who has helped me here, and I am aware that I have not done well here in the past.

This site is an invaluable resource for me, and therefore I seek peace with all Torah teachers and teachers of Judaism.

I will try to behave better in the future, and am open to any criticism or rebuke that users may offer me.

Please accept my apology, for I wish to learn Torah as best I can.

From a Gentile, and one who will remain faithful to Israel no matter what.

✡️🙏

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  • I’m voting to close this question because see flag
    – kouty
    Jun 19 at 5:40
  • @kouty - please forgive my ignorance; may I ask how this post is any different in form to the one I linked to, which received 6 upvotes? Serious question: Do users not have the right to seek peace with fellow-users on this site? If they do, is there any other way I can do that?
    – Tom W
    Jun 20 at 9:49
  • It's the same problem I think, but it's only my opinion.
    – kouty
    Jun 20 at 10:09
  • @kouty - by the same problem, do you mean presumption? So it’s not apologising here that is the problem, but the lack of humility in the apology?
    – Tom W
    Jun 20 at 10:48
  • @kouty - show me the errors of my ways and I will do teshuvah!
    – Tom W
    Jun 20 at 11:00
  • Don't do teshuva, be happy and learn Torah. After 20 years do teshuva
    – kouty
    Jun 20 at 11:31
  • @kouty - i don’t understand that, but thanks for the good-will. Any tips you or the other users can give will be warmly appreciated. I’ll leave this alone now.
    – Tom W
    Jun 20 at 11:46

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