For people who are Jewish, last night a holiday named Yom Kippur started at sundown. The purpose of this holiday is to confess all of your sins to G-d for the past year and pray for forgiveness. The very first prayer that starts the service that began last night, is called Kol Niedre. It is the prayer where you ask God for forgiveness for those promise made to G-d that you did not keep. I don't want to mis-lead you here, but there is a level of respect that is due.
Should you choose to take it seriously, this is the beginning of 24 hours of soul searching, fasting, extraordinary personal ass-kicking, goal-setting, and commitment.
See you later, it's never bad to do this.