It’s time to atone for all this corruption
We are on the eve of Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement. It’s a day of fasting, intense prayer and deep introspection when we come before God to give an account of our lives. It’s the opportunity to begin our lives afresh, freed from the shackles of our past mistakes and wrongdoings; to reorient our trajectory and get our lives back on track.
Of course, this doesn’t just happen. To right the wrongs of the past requires real action. Not just words. To begin afresh takes heartfelt effort and application. It requires real, concerted action...