No Harm no Foul?


Even if no harm was caused by one’s lashon hara – such as if his audience did not believe it – he still transgressed a prohibition, and requires atonement. ~ Chofetz Chaim zt”l

I’m so sorry that the previous email went out over shabbos. I thought I had it scheduled to go out after shabbos, but WordPress was having issues when I scheduled it.  Sorry again.

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