A Rosh HaShanah - Aseret Yemei Teshuva Thought
Min hameitzar karahti Kah; anani bamerchav Kah. I called to you from the narrow place; G-d, answer me broadly,
The Gemorah says that a Shofar must be blown into the narrow and not the wide end. Perhaps this represents that we call G-d from our narrow place and our call rises up and is answered broadly by Him.
On a related note: In our attempts to call and return to G-d, we need to start in a focused and narrow way. If we start too broadly we generally end up changing nothing. If we start with one specific thing then our change can be successful and even broadened.
(Based on what the fellow who spoke briefly said at the minyan my friend Ralph was at.)