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Made mistakes even G-d couldn't forgive

by HopeInPain on October 14, 2011   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Or more like almost made mistakes... I'm sure I will make real mistakes in the future; however, for now I just contemplate what almost was.
Actually, according to religious principles, I really did make mistakes, enough that my Rabbi wouldn't even bury me if I died... shame...

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