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Timeless: Choosing To Forget

“When I recall (Zacharti) this matter I am confounded, trembling grips my flesh.” (Job 21:6)

The Daat Soferim explains that Job consciously chose to forget his question “why do the wicked live” in order to be able to function.

We often do as Job and choose to forget our bad experiences because we feel that we could not continue with all the painful memories. Our Zichronot – memories – are not timeless. We limit them when we feel we must.

However, God’s Zichronot are Timeless. He remembers all and, on Rosh Hashana, as we repair the past by preparing for the future, He heals the memories that hurt and confuse us.

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