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Some people are quiet by nature and more introverted while others are more rowdy and extroverted. Does Judaism teach that one of these two personalities is better?

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Hi Rabbi. I heard that Judaism teaches to judge others favorably, which to me sounds similar to not really judging them at all. What does this principle mean and would you give me an example? Thanks!

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Dear Rabbi I would like to know where in the Torah it discusses the topic of anger. Thank you very much!

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Hi Rabbi, How can I stop listening to gossip and believing it and judging others badly? I know being party to any defamation is wrong but I can’t help myself! Do you have any advice for me to begin judging others favorably? Thanks

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My question is based on the idea that there is a number (72?) of hidden צדיקים that are in every generation. So, why do they keep hidden? Shouldn't they be in the thick of society as Gedolim (great and righteous ones)?

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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.