Wednesday, October 12, 2005

193. G'mar tov

So, to my surprise, I really did finish the story of last Yom Kippur before this next one begins in a few hours. (There's still a postscript, to follow sometime soon.) It's been a challenging and fruitful ten Days of Awe, including a difficult rehearsal for Ne'ila that was, fortunately, followed the next day by a much better one. And my voice is almost back to normal. I could, of course, use another few weeks of preparation for the atoning and soul-searching part of the holiday, but that's always the case. I hope I can learn something tomorrow, in whatever state I may be.

G'mar chatima tovah ("be sealed and inscribed for goodness") to everyone, and may you have an easy fast.

1 comment:

Regina said...

Ditto for me as well, aa. You have been an inspiration to me. Have an easy fast and a meaningful Yom Kippur...