sorry seems to be the hardest word

yom kippur is a day when we jews apologize for our sins and ask G-d to inscribe us in the book of life.

there are so many things for which i am sorry. a few:

i’m sorry i lose patience with people, especially with my kids.

i’m sorry i am occasionally horrible to the people who love me the most.

i’m sorry i don’t always keep my promises to myself.

i’m sorry i am not doing more to make the world a better place for my kids and for everyone else’s kids.


i’m sorry i make assumptions about other people.


5 Responses to “sorry seems to be the hardest word”

  1. I swear I will mess this up no matter how hard I try, but “have a blessed Yom Kippur.” I’m sure I said that wrong, but I’m not Jewish, so I dunno.

    In the spirit of the holy day I think I will have my family say a few I’m Sorrys tonight at dinner. A good way to start a conversation about other people’s sacred beliefs, too.

    Cheers, Miss Wreke!

    — Laurie

  2. you done good. no worries 🙂

  3. I’m late on sending blessings to you (story of my life) but do think that you maybe suffer from not giving yourself enough credit?

  4. Sher, I made an effort to teach the kids about Yom Kippur. I may have made some headway with the older one, but the younger one? Not so much. I wrote about it here:

    Tacky to self-link, I know. I’m sorry.

    Have a good Saturday!

    — Laurie

  5. Shana Tova — to a new year started off on the right foot. My own list was rather longer than yours….but I’m tryin’

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