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Day of Atonement

A haiku for Yom Kippur

Photo by Eran Menashri on Unsplash

Forgive me, I’ve sinned
I’ve hurt myself and others
Today I atone.

In observance of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement; the holiest day of the year in Judaism.

This is a day of pause and reflection as we forgive ourselves and others for our…

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Galit Birk, PhD

Galit Birk, PhD

Psychology, human potential, therapy, coaching, possibility, vulnerability, authenticity, connection, being known, giving my words wings! Perfectly imperfect.

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