Coming up to Yom Kippur, I would like to ask forgiveness for anything I may have done to upset any of my readers. I also unconditionally forgive anyone who might have done anything against me.
The Muqata has a good list of possible blogosphere sins that I am slightly expanding:
If you sent me email and I didn't reply, or didn't get back to you in a timely fashion -- I apologize.
If you sent me a story and I didn't publish it or worse, didn't acknowledge that you had sent me the story -- I'm sorry.
If you requested help from me and I wasn't able to provide it -- I'm sorry.
I apologize if I posted without the proper attribution, with the wrong attribution, or without attribution at all.
I'm sorry if any of my posts offended you personally.
I wish all of my Jewish readers a meaningful and easy fast.
May all of us be inscribed and sealed in the Book of Life.
Jonathan Sacks – Keeping Our Word
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