As we approach Rosh Hashana, the great Day of Judgment on the Jewish calendar, many may feel at total loss on what this means for them. Slightly cynical of the whole judgment idea, perhaps. “What will I be judged for, considering that my Jewish practice pales comparison to that of my ancestors?”
In the end, some of us just show up in Shul without any real introspection. After all, we hesitate to imagine the outcome of G-d’s judgment for us.