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Today’s Sorry

The countdown to Yom Kippur continues: Breaking a promise

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We all have things to atone for, be they felonious or merely obnoxious. And we’re here to help. Each day until Yom Kippur, Tablet Magazine is offering a Daily Sorry. Today’s atoner is a grandfather who’s been failing to keep a promise. Here’s his apology.

Have an apology of your own waiting to get out? It’s not too late to repent. Call Tablet Magazine’s Sorry Hotline at 718-360-4836, and tell us all about it.

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Today’s Sorry

The countdown to Yom Kippur continues: Breaking a promise

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