A dose of nuance: For the sins we have committed

For the sin we have committed by imagining that Jewish life as we know it could survive without a Jewish state.

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September 12, 2013 16:49
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Tashlich in Ashdod

Tashlich in Ashdod 370. (photo credit: Reuters/Amir Cohen)

 
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For the sin we have committed by imagining that Jewish life as we know it could survive without a Jewish state, and for the sin we have committed by being certain that it could not.

For the sin we have committed in believing that every problem has a solution, and for the sin we have committed in failing to try harder to find solutions no matter how elusive.

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