Yom Kippur Self Examination: 10 Days of Awe Series – Day Ten
“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his manservant or maidservant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.” ~ Exodus 20:17
1. Have I envied others? Either, their lives or their possessions?
2. Have I desired anything that was another’s?
3. Have I damaged or destroyed the possessions or property of others?
4. Have I been discontent with my life?
5. Have I held back anything due to another because I wanted it myself or for any other reason?
6. Have I hoped for the downfall of another so that I might gain from it?
7. Have I failed to be gracious and generous to anyone? Despite who they are or what they may have “done” to us?
8. Have I wanted from YHVH what I refused to give to a fellow man: forgiveness, goods, grace, physical or spiritual blessings?
9. Have I been greedy?
10. Have I been jealous of another’s persons goods, money, appearance, success (in any way), love, popularity, being loved by another or other’s?
11. Have I concentrated my time, efforts and thoughts on the things of the world rather than on the things of the spirit?
12. Have I been guilty of encouraging, showing, and seeking worldly values? Of being enamored of worldly lifestyles?
13. Have I been guilty of playing “what if” instead of seeking healing and continuing the race?
14. Have I been guilty of seeking personal gain at the expense of others?
15. Have I and do I make judgments about values that I hold, not based on Torah principles, but on my own or the world’s values and principles?
16. Have I so desired the acceptance of others that I let it affect my behavior such as failing to speak the truth in love?Download The Booklet