Feathers in the Wind. Author: Sally Grindley Publisher: Bloomsbury.
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He went to the marketplace, bought a wagon full of pillows, and took them, one by one, and smacked them against the pole. One smash! Another smash! The pillow ripped open and the feathers went flying. The man took another pillow, and another pillow, and smacked them, more and more feathers went flying about.
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People started to notice. Before long a crowd had gathered. They began cheering and mocking the man, as feather after feather went flying throughout the town.
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The whole town saw him making a fool of himself, bursting pillow after pillow until he emptied the cart. With tears still streaming down his face, he went back to the Chofetz Chaim exhausted and weary, but knowing that he had done teshuvah.
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If you really want to do teshuvah , go gather all of those feathers. The wind took them.
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