19 Sep 21
This past week marked Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar and a time for atonement, repentance, and fasting. I know from my Jewish friends and colleagues how solemn and important this moment is. I honor this tradition. I have long felt that, regardless of one’s faith, finding occasions for self-reflection, where you confront your own failings with honesty and clarity, is a necessary and worthy exercise.