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A Short Break for Yom Kippur

Tonight begins the Jewish Day of Atonement.

And I have much to atone for, so I’ll be busy. Also, you’re not supposed to be pursuing your business on Yom Kippur, so I will be away from all things White House Dossier.

Be back with you Saturday night or Sunday. Thanks for waiting.

Keith

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18 Responses to A Short Break for Yom Kippur

  1. have a good one–no, I mean, have a bad one–no wait…I mean–

    I never know what to say on Yom Kippur. and I’m Jewish!

    this holiday brings to a close the “days of awe” that start the Jewish new year. may 5774 bring us a little more sanity and common sense than 5773 did.

    of course, if common sense ever came to Washington, Keith wouldn’t have anything to write about.

  2. Atonement you say you’ve got much sounds like my last confession.
    I doubt it’s true you manage to rangle us that alone should be a point in
    your favor.

    Atone in peace bless.

  3. Here is a Benediction that our Church uses,….
    May the Lord Bless thee and keep thee,
    May the Lord make His Face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee,
    May the Lord lift up His Countenance upon thee and give thee peace.

    Thank you for the site Keith.

  4. Yes, I am sure we can all atone for a lot–me for crinking people for tacky swear words–tho it won’t stop me, it is bossy-cow. Anyhow is this the open thread this weekend…no? I read a great story in the WSJ about a blowback against quinoa…some people hate it and they are not taking it anymore! Funny.

  5.  I remember my affliction and my wandering,
        the bitterness and the gall.
     I well remember them,
        and my soul is downcast within me.
     Yet this I call to mind
        and therefore I have hope:
     Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed,
        for his compassions never fail.
    They are new every morning;
        great is your faithfulness.
    Lamentations 3:19-23
    New International Version (NIV)
    .

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