Yom Kippur is a time to think about the year behind us. Ask forgiveness. And look forward to the year coming and make a decision to do better. It’s a personal time for reflection and self-improvement.
After we left services today, I asked my guys what they did last year that they are sorry about and what they are going to improve this year. The oldest said something to appease me. Shock. The youngest said something really honest about reacting less to his brothers. Good one.
And this is what my 11-year old told me summed up the day.
“Mom, in the humble words of Hannah Montana….
Nobody’s perfect. I gotta work it.”
It’s going to be quite the year.