Forgiveness

I loved the honesty of this blog. Forgiveness indeed.

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Today starts Yom Kippur–which is the holiest of days. It is the day when you must first ask forgiveness of others, before you can ask forgiveness from God.

Therefore, I ask forgiveness from:

My mother–I hope she can forgive me for all the times I didn’t do the chores I promised I would, and all the times we fought. I hope she can forgive me for the fact that I am not there to help her through her cancer, but that I am just two hours away at school, which she made me promise to finish.

My friends–I hope you all can forgive me for not being myself. I am really trying to have fun, but it is hard and I cannot stand the same things I did last year. I am sorry for being a downer and never wanting to do anything.

My students–I hope you can forgive me…

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