Wednesday, July 27, 2016 Tammuz 21, 5776
The issue of repentance resonates far beyond the High Holidays and Judaism.
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Making amends is a year-round pursuit in Judaism — and Islam and Christianity as well.
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Binyamin Kagedan, JNS.org
The prohibition against wearing leather on Yom Kippur has ironically allowed Jews to wear our most comfortable shoes to synagogue.
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Deborah Fineblum, JNS.org
Regardless of what they do the rest of the day, many Jews fast on Yom Kippur. But why?
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Andrew Sacks, MyJewishLearning.com
The four species and the sukkah itself each have their own multi-layered significance that encourages us to open our hearts, minds and homes to a transformative experience.
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Adina Kay-Gross, Kveller.com
Our community isn’t doing enough to welcome in the young and exhausted who are just trying to connect, especially around the holidays, argues this young mother.
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