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Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement, when we are closest to G‑d and most connected to the essence of our souls.
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year, when we are closest to G‑d and to the essence of our souls.
We were just confirmed "sinless" moments prior. So, why do we now recite the blessing of Selach lanu, wherein we ask G‑d to "forgive us for we have sinned""?
How about someone who abandoned a religious lifestyle because she was abused by the authority figures of that system?
Overcome by grief, the poor man barely managed to process the news before he passed out . . .
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Two rivers take you home: One flows with bitter tears of remorse, the other with sweet tears of joy. For most of time, the principal path of travel was the bitter one. Only once soaked in those bitter waters could you rise to embrace your G‑d with joy. But now we have experienced more than our fill of pain. That which our people...