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Guilt Date: August 19, 2004
Guilt is an excuse for not changing and fixing your problems.
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ShimonD Date: March 03, 2006
i ALWAYS feel guilty, but i always felt it was because i wanted to to do the right thing but failed, which resulted in guilt, could that be?
savibelle Date: March 29, 2006
Reb TZODOK HaKohen says, the pain, & anguish caused by guilt--leading to regret,is considered atonement.
dbotton Date: November 19, 2006
Guilt from failure to achieve can come from not trusting in God, that he sees our efforts not just the results.

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