No one is perfect. Especially you. So when you've committed a horrible act against a higher being, you can do nothing but ask her forgiveness. She is not easily swayed by your words, so it'll take some persistence and platforming skills to prove yourself worthy. You have to Persist.
In Jussi Simpanen's Ludum Dare entry for the theme "Minimalism", you'll have to swim, jump and run your way through increasingly challenging levels to prove the sincerity of your remorse. Control your sprite with either [arrow] keys or [WASD] from the gloomy beginning to mysterious end. For a game made in 48 hours, the story has more depth than you would expect. It's also a game that sparked some interesting dialogue and interpretations amidst our own staff, with some believing the reason you find yourself searching for forgiveness could be perceived as something some players may find unsettling (or unforgiveable) while others believed your crime a more mundane one. Will you succeed in garnering forgiveness? Or is this all a lesson in futility?