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Dec
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comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
As I just wrote not sexually, I see potential for guilt to arise. What's jewish take on homosexuality?
Dec
5
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
Therefore all of them have the same value. So let's say you keep on violating mitzvot #431 on a constant basis. I just read ou.org/torah/article/mitzvah431. So this says that you need to accept former non-jews, actually love them(not sexually I guess). So you see a newly converted jew and ignore him on a constant basis, call him names. What happens to you a) through the jewish community b) according to your belief b1) while living b2) after death?
Dec
4
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
What is one of the most important values in Judaism and what happens to you according to the belief if you violate it?
Dec
4
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
@DoubleAA You need to be more precise what your issue is
Dec
4
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
According to Judaism if you do not measure up to your familial responsibility or tradition what will be your punishment? Is it like in islam or christianity that you go to "hell"?
Dec
4
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
As I wrote I am no jew. I cannot prove this point or deny it. But if you are a mature human, you can find arguments for and against my point, which is what I am looking for. Drifting into insults has never been working to the insulting person's advantage.
Dec
4
comment Does Judaism endorse guilt?
I want to define 'mature' here: Being mature means keeping a distance from your emotions and replying without insults and presumptions like "as it doesn't seem that English is the OP's native tongue." which is trying to create the impression that I wasn't aware of what I am talking about or couldn't bring it across the way I meant it, which is not the case. Take what I write at face value, don't judge and be self critical if necessary. My question is simply whether there is something to what I wrote. By reacting with an insult, you draw a very bad light on you and your religion.