Monday, September 24, 2012

Sorry for not being sorry

Yom Kippur is the day of asking for forgiveness. People all over the world (Jewish of course) ask for forgiveness for whatever they might have done "wrongfully" through the year. Basically no matter what you do, on Yom Kippur you can ask for forgiveness and clean your conscience.
It's like the Catholics, which are very close to the Jews in many ways. They too can create havoc and mayhem through the years, go to confession and be absolved. But no one is perfect. I believe that if you live a respectable and normal life there is nothing for you to be sorry about.
So tomorrow on Yom Kippur theredadman is not going to fast and maybe even ride his rollerblades through the streets of Tel Aviv without feeling sorry for it... sorry.

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