Marc H. Wilson
Marc H. Wilson
MARC WILUDZANSKI-WILSON is a retired rabbi who writes from Greenville, South Carolina.

A door open to teshuvah

Look at the self-righteousness, Schadenfreudean, smug judgmentalism, unforgiveness, salacious humor of those who are so quick to condemn the current crop of molesters.

In God’s world there must be some small group of pious men and women who offer a modicum of compassion and an embrace of supportiveness for those who have sinned.

That tiny spark of kindness far from the madding mob might contain a moment of penitence that takes away the haughtiness of our own judgement, and opens the door to our truthful teachers, Moses, Isaiah, and Jesus (who suffered His own derision and slander).

What of the opportunity of repentance for those who truly repent?

WILUDI (Rabbi Marc Wildujanski-Wilson) Is a retired rabbi who writes from Greenville, SC.

About the Author
Marc Wilson is a rabbi and activist, serving congregations for four decades. He lives in Greenville, SC, and is blessed with a compassionate wife and the 14 smartest grandchildren ever. He especially loves being with family, teaching Torah, and cooking a competitive kosher gumbo. Marc is especially passionate about inclusive Yiddishkeit and the long, strange trip his life has been. He considers his greatest achievement the seven years he cared for his homebound parents. Contact Wiludi (Rabbi Marc) at marcwilson1216@aol.com.
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