It was quoted in a class that I was in once that Rav Kook has a text for a positive viduy where he takes the normal expression of sin and inverts it to talk about what we have done right. What is the text, or where can I find it online?
As shared with us earlier today by Rabbi Joseph B. Meszler:
The "Viduy-Hamashlim" was writen by my. Binyamin holtzman, Rav Kibutz Ma'ale gilbo'a.
את "הוידוי המשלים" אני כתבתי. בנימין הולצמן, רב קיבוץ מעלה גלבוע
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This answer was given through the rabbis of the Central Conference of American Rabbis:
Ahavnu - We have loved, Bachinu - we have cried, Gamalnu - we have given back, Dibarnu Yofi - we have spoken great things! He’emanu - We have believed, V’hishtadalnu - and we have given our best effort, Zacharnu - we have remembered, Chibaknu - we have embraced, Ta’amnu sefer - we have chanted Your book! Yatzarnu - We have created, Kamanu - we have yearned, Lachamnu avur hatzedek - we have fought for justice! Mitzinu et hatov - We have done all the good we could do, Nisinu - we have tried, Sarnu lirot - we have turned aside to see, Asinu asher tzvitanu - we have done as You have commanded us! Peirashu - We have learned interpretations of Torah, Tzadaknu lifamim - sometimes we have even been righteous, Karanu b’shimcha - we have called out Your Name! Ratzinu - We have been steadfast in our will, Samachnu - we have rejoiced, Tamachnu - we have been there to support one another.