Jewish thinking tries to strike a balance between responsibility and forgiveness.
Righting a wrong requires two parties.
The appearance of three word phrases in the Unetaneh Tokef prayer teaches that deeds must follow thought.
We must be cleansed from the polluting effects of sin.
There are five factors in teshuvah (repentance), each of which can be a starting point for the entire process.
Yom Kippur culminates the process of repentance begun before Rosh Hashanah.
The High Holidays provide a special opportunity to repent.