Don’t be afraid, go ahead and ask yourself, “Where am I?” Begin your journey on the road back to G-d. Leave your sordid past behind; clean up your act from here on in. Granted you’re full of deep shame over the promiscuous deeds of the past and you committed the worst transgressions, nonetheless, lend your ears to G-d’s pleas of, “Where are you?”
Then with a resolute heart respond to the challenge by replying, “Here I am, G-d, I’m ready to come back to You!” That’s all it takes. G-d is ready to forgive you and accept you back, because He is concerned about your welfare and seeks your return.
You may feel lost, but you can find yourself, by looking for G-d. Just take your focus off the mundane, and focus on what’s really important in life, by heeding the call of the ages of, “Where are you?”
Adapted from Where Are You: Based on the Teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov and of His Student Rabbi Nossan of Breslov, by Mohorosh HaKodesh Breslov