Perhaps we need a Yom Kippur for humanity, so we can then, acting as one, resolve to do better and protect our future.
What is awe? And where do we find it on Yom Kippur? And why?
How can we hold onto the changes we strive for? Look for “bright spots.”
As the late British theoretical physicist Sir Charles Frank once said, “Crystals are like people: it is the defects in them that make them interesting.”
“Knowing” can be a big problem, because “knowing” prevents “learning.” And so perhaps that’s why the Rabbis urged us to do something very challenging – to “teach [our] tongue to say ‘I don’t know.’”