On the third day (yesterday) contemplate "Thou shalt not steal." This commandment encompasses much more than unlawful gain or actually taking something belonging to another. Has an honest tithe been paid? Or have you stolen from Yahuwah? Have there been any omissions of helpfulness and charity to others that could have been done but were neglected? Isaiah says:
Is not this the [Day of Atonement] fast that I have chosen? To loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, and to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke?
Is it not to deal thy bread to the hungry, and that thou bring the poor that are cast out to thy house? When thou seest the naked that thou cover him; and that thou hide not thyself from thine own flesh [family]. (Isaiah 58:6, 7)
If you have "stolen" from others or from Yahuwah the good you could have done, but did not, then repentance and confession should be made. How exceedingly broad and deep are the meanings and applications of these commandments! Ask Yahuwah to open your mind to understand what He wants you to know about yourself.
Вот и осень, отшумело лето,
Отступило, гордо хлопнув дверью.
Смыв забавы ультрафиолета,
Заражаюсь красно-желтой ленью.
Повинуюсь, вряд ли сожалея,
Утомляют праздники с годами,
Мне теперь уж во сто крат милее
Шорох павших листьев под ногами.
Налетайте, ничего не жалко,
Не браня дождливую погоду,
На пылающих аллеях парка
Обретаю нынче я свободу.