This sermon was inspired by a series of conversations I have had with a Jewish, psychotherapist, poet, friend of mine.  Back and forth the two of us go in an orchestrated, but animated dialogue that explores the psychological and pastoral qualities of guilt as teacher, moral guide, and problem child.  One of the messages of this sermon/conversation set in the Jewish season of atonement is the importance of separating guilt and repentance.  Come or I will feel really hurt.