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“Yom Kippur is a time of teshuvah (repentance) for all.” Examine this puzzling passage from Maimonides and gain insight into the special nature of this holy day.

Souls on Fire

Souls on Fire

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Souls on Fire

“Yom Kippur is a time of teshuvah (repentance) for all.” Examine this puzzling passage from Maimonides and gain insight into the special nature of this holy day.
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Anonymous shoreline, wa via chabadofseattle.org October 8, 2011

fascinating what a beautiful speech Reply

Kevin London September 10, 2010

thank you Rabbi, your talk has revealed a whole new fresh dimension to my understanding of Yom Kippur. Reply

Anonymous crestview, fl September 27, 2009

willpower I have an activity that my intellect can not decide if it is in moderation or not and flops back and forth with my emotions concerning it. I could not find harmonly until I heard your words. I'm not trying to quit anything now. I'm working on my souls willpower which is lacking in that area and my emotions and intellect are in harmony with that and it makes me feel like I'm doing something good rather than quiting something that may or may not be bad. Thank you for your words. Reply

Emily Timmons Jacksonville, FL September 24, 2009

Souls on Fire That was powerful and enlightening Reply

Kenneth Kahn New Orlean, LA/USA January 29, 2009

Souls afire Beautifully expressed! Reply

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