Each year our congregation produces an extraordinary accounting of their mistakes from the past year and hopes for the coming year. A selection of those Vidui are read aloud to the congregation on Yom Kippur morning. It is a powerful moment in which we connect as a community. While we listen to these anonymous heart outpourings, we recognize voices that sound familiar. Indeed, we often hear voices that sound like ourselves.

This page is a place for contemplation and ground-level honesty. You are encouraged to let your thoughts flow, and write what's in your heart free from self-editing and judgement. You may opt not to fill in your name or email. Trust that your submission is completely anonymous.