In A World Which No Longer Believes In Sin - Poem by Shalom Freedman
In a world which no longer believes in sin
I anguish my every small violation-
God lives in my mind
Also as Judge-
I know my limitation and finitude in so many ways
Sometimes in guilt-
A human being is born into an ever – contradictory situation
And often to be right in one way
Necessarily wrong in another.
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