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GYE Corp. Sunday, 26 February 2012

Yom Kippur can only atone for sins that we do Teshuvah for, but if we continue to hold on to the "Sheretz", can we ask Hashem to purify us? Doing teshuvah means "letting go" of the sins, and making fences so that we don't inevitably fall again...

It was written in the news yesterday that Betar Ilit, one of the most ultra-Orthodox cities in the world, had a large gathering of Rabbanim who banned open internet use. In the words of HaRav Tzvi Braverman, one of Betar's main Rabbanim: "Fifty percent of the problems in the city - sholom bayis and chinuch habonim - stem from the Internet. There is a hidden blaze in the city. An atom bomb underneath the city".

Rabbosai, if this can be said of Betar Ilit, how much more is true in Jewish homes throughout the world!

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