What are you sorry about?

As Yom Kippur approaches, here's one way to atone for your actions.

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September 18, 2007 12:22
What are you sorry about?

Yom Kippur painting. (photo credit: Maurycy Gottlieb)

 
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What are you sorry about? Hurt anyone? Disrespected someone you care about? As Yom Kippur approaches, one way to atone for your actions in the past year is to express them here. G'mar Hatima Tova

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