La techouva (hébreu תשובה, « retour » ou « réponse ») désigne le processus de repentance dans le judaïsme, tant dans la Bible hébraïque que dans la littérature rabbinique.

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  • La techouva (hébreu תשובה, « retour » ou « réponse ») désigne le processus de repentance dans le judaïsme, tant dans la Bible hébraïque que dans la littérature rabbinique. Conformément à la pratique juive, une faute, une erreur, un acte interdit, peuvent être pardonnés sous réserve d'engager une démarche de techouva.Puisqu'aucun homme n’est parfait, selon la Torah, chacun se doit de porter en continu un regard critique sur son propre comportement afin de s’inscrire dans un processus de techouva.
  • Teshuvá (en hebreo תשובה, literalmente retorno) es la práctica de volver a los orígenes del judaísmo. También posee el sentido de arrepentirse de los pecados propios de una forma profunda y sincera. Aquel que pasa por el proceso de teshuvá con éxito es llamado baal teshuvá (בעל תשובה).
  • Repentance in Judaism known as teshuva (Hebrew: תשובה‎, literally "return"), is the way of atoning for sin in Judaism.According to Gates of Repentance, a standard work of Jewish ethics written by Rabbenu Yonah of Gerona, if someone commits a sin, a forbidden act, he can be forgiven for that sin if he performs teshuva, which includes: regretting/acknowledging the sin; forsaking the sin (see below); worrying about the future consequences of the sin; acting and speaking with humility; acting in a way opposite to that of the sin (for example, for the sin of lying, one should speak the truth); understanding the magnitude of the sin; refraining from lesser sins for the purpose of safeguarding oneself against committing greater sins; confessing the sin (see below); praying for atonement; correcting the sin however possible (for example, if one stole an object, the stolen item must be returned or if one slanders another, the slanderer must ask the injured party for forgiveness); pursuing works of chesed and truth; remembering the sin for the rest of one's life; refraining from committing the same sin if the opportunity presents itself again; teaching others not to sin.Guides to the process of repentance in Judaism can be found through the rabbinical literature, see especially Maimonides' Rules of Repentance in the Mishneh Torah.The High Holidays are times that are especially conducive to teshuva. Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) is a day of fasting during which judgment for the year is sealed. Therefore, Jews strive their hardest to make certain that they have performed teshuva before the end of the day.According to the Talmud, repentance was among the first things God created; even before God created the physical universe (Nedarim 39b). When the Temple in Jerusalem was active, a Jew was required to bring various sacrifices for certain types of sins. Although sacrifices were required, the most essential part was teshuva, the person bringing the sacrifice would confess his sins. Presently, with the Temple destroyed, atonement may nevertheless be granted by doing teshuva.
  • Teshuvá (em hebraico תשובה, literalmente retorno) é a prática de voltar às origens do judaísmo. Também tem o sentido de se arrepender dos pecados de maneira profunda e sincera. Aquele que passa pelo processo de teshuvá com sucesso é chamado de Baal Teshuva.
  • Тшува (ивр. תשובה‎, буквально — «возвращение») — понятие раскаяния в иудаизме.
  • Il Pentimento nell'ebraismo, chiamato Teshuvah o Teshuva (in ebraico תשובה‎, letteralmente "ritorno"), è il modo di espiare i peccati nell'ebraismo, spesso raggiungendo la redenzione, collettiva e individuale.Le grandi Festività ebraiche – specialmente Yom Kippur – rappresentano il periodo particolarmente appropriato per la teshuva: durante altre viene invece proibita questa, come in alcuni periodi e/o occasioni e/o presso alcuni individui come il Mohel, un Bar Mitzvah, ecc.
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  • La techouva (hébreu תשובה, « retour » ou « réponse ») désigne le processus de repentance dans le judaïsme, tant dans la Bible hébraïque que dans la littérature rabbinique.
  • Teshuvá (en hebreo תשובה, literalmente retorno) es la práctica de volver a los orígenes del judaísmo. También posee el sentido de arrepentirse de los pecados propios de una forma profunda y sincera. Aquel que pasa por el proceso de teshuvá con éxito es llamado baal teshuvá (בעל תשובה).
  • Teshuvá (em hebraico תשובה, literalmente retorno) é a prática de voltar às origens do judaísmo. Também tem o sentido de se arrepender dos pecados de maneira profunda e sincera. Aquele que passa pelo processo de teshuvá com sucesso é chamado de Baal Teshuva.
  • Тшува (ивр. תשובה‎, буквально — «возвращение») — понятие раскаяния в иудаизме.
  • Il Pentimento nell'ebraismo, chiamato Teshuvah o Teshuva (in ebraico תשובה‎, letteralmente "ritorno"), è il modo di espiare i peccati nell'ebraismo, spesso raggiungendo la redenzione, collettiva e individuale.Le grandi Festività ebraiche – specialmente Yom Kippur – rappresentano il periodo particolarmente appropriato per la teshuva: durante altre viene invece proibita questa, come in alcuni periodi e/o occasioni e/o presso alcuni individui come il Mohel, un Bar Mitzvah, ecc.
  • Repentance in Judaism known as teshuva (Hebrew: תשובה‎, literally "return"), is the way of atoning for sin in Judaism.According to Gates of Repentance, a standard work of Jewish ethics written by Rabbenu Yonah of Gerona, if someone commits a sin, a forbidden act, he can be forgiven for that sin if he performs teshuva, which includes: regretting/acknowledging the sin; forsaking the sin (see below); worrying about the future consequences of the sin; acting and speaking with humility; acting in a way opposite to that of the sin (for example, for the sin of lying, one should speak the truth); understanding the magnitude of the sin; refraining from lesser sins for the purpose of safeguarding oneself against committing greater sins; confessing the sin (see below); praying for atonement; correcting the sin however possible (for example, if one stole an object, the stolen item must be returned or if one slanders another, the slanderer must ask the injured party for forgiveness); pursuing works of chesed and truth; remembering the sin for the rest of one's life; refraining from committing the same sin if the opportunity presents itself again; teaching others not to sin.Guides to the process of repentance in Judaism can be found through the rabbinical literature, see especially Maimonides' Rules of Repentance in the Mishneh Torah.The High Holidays are times that are especially conducive to teshuva.
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