Project Forgiveness 2009

Welcome to Project Forgiveness. Here, we collect and post videos, emails, postcards and other expressions of regret from those who seek to forgive and from those who wish to express regret.

In the days leading up to the Jewish New Year, we offer this forum as a first step. It is our hope that sharing thoughts of forgiveness online will translate into actual forgiveness between individuals in the days to come.

How to participate? It's simple. Send us your "sorry" (upload a video to youtube and send us the link) or email us at: forgiveness or mail to:

Project Forgiveness
WPR
P.O. Box 5134
Bergenfield, NJ 07621

We accept postcards, emails, powerpoint, art, music, video and more!

August 12, 2006



Forgive: From Miami

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Miami - are you willing to fight for it now? Is the sorry a door closed or a new begining?

From Miami said...

I fought for a few months up until the end because I realized that the other person did not fight at the end; they seemed distant when I asked them to forgive me. The two people have to care about each other in order for a relationship to work. I know I did my part to make things right, but to tell you the truth I do not know if it is a door closed or a new beginning.

Is this a question just out of curiosity or because you are in a similar situation?

Truthfully, long distance relationships are difficult to maintain when two people barely know each other, and are not seeing each other at all. For some people it works becuase they really know it is right, and because it is a blessing from Hashem that they be together. I guess this person and I do not share this, but then again time will tell.

I hope I answered your question as best as I could. :)