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Dear Rabbi, what does Judaism teach about learning from mistakes and correcting them? I’m not asking about sins, which I understand involves a process of repentance. Rather, how important is it to recognize and “own” one’s mistaken action? Thank you!

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Dear Rabbi, my question is about enthusiasm. My friend is really gung-ho about many things and that usually doesn’t bother me. I was just wondering how Judaism views an enthusiastic attitude. Thank you for your insights.
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Hi Rabbi, is it a sin to be "too nosy"? If so, what’s the sin’s name? I have a bad habit of being nosy. I think that if I could give my nosiness the name of some sin, I could hopefully stop it. Thanks!
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I often get angry and tend to act irrationally while I’m angry. I realize that things I said or done in anger are always destructive for me and my family. What prayer can help overcome my anger?
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Shalom, a friend asked me, “What does it take to be a good Jew?” I told her I'd ask you since it seems like a good question. Thank you for your time and kindness.