We’re taught that if one is forgiving of others, Hashem will be forgiving.
Here are things to be forgiving of in Shul this Rosh Hashana
1) Time davening is over
2) Niggunim chosen by the Ba’al Tefillah
3) Temperature in the Shul
4) Length of the Rav’s drasha
5) Kibuddim you received
6) Someone looking at a sefer you brought
7) Childcare services
2 thoughts on “Seven Things To Be Forgiving of in Shul this Rosh Hashana”
8) tone deaf person behind you who insists on singing along. (Seriously, I apologize in advance to whoever is sitting in around me. I try to keep it quiet but I can’t help but join in).
My problem with kibuddim is not that I receive too few, but that I receive too many.
Some people do not want to receive kibuddim, and I am one of those people.
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