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Here’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day.
It is customary to ask for and receive "lekach" (sweet cake -- signifying a sweet year) from someone (usually one's mentor or parent) on the day before Yom Kippur.
Why waste the holiest day of the year dwelling on everything you messed up?
Eventually, I grew tired of playing the martyr and blaming Him. I started to wonder if the pain I blamed on heaven was coming from within.
How the harsh exile depicted in Moses’ speech is indeed a “song”—because there’s so much joy in it.
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