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No one is perfect, so when Yom Kippur comes and we are told that we can atone for all our sins and start again with a clean slate, it seems like a pretty good deal.

Demystifying Yom Kippur

Demystifying Yom Kippur

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Demystifying Yom Kippur

No one is perfect, so when Yom Kippur comes and we are told that we can atone for all our sins and start again with a clean slate, it seems like a pretty good deal.
Yom Kippur, Teshuvah
Yisroel Glick is a writer, researcher, and student of Torah and of life. After receiving a degree in biomedical science and rabbinic ordination, he traveled across the US serving the needs of Jews living in regional communities with limited spiritual infrastructure. He now lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two children, and is passionate about the power of information and committed to providing it in a way that empowers people.
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V Brasil October 13, 2016

I have difficult to understand spoken english.Subtitles are very important for me and others.If possible I would like very much.Thank you for your attention. Reply

Naftoli Sobel Morristown October 11, 2016

Sharing this with all my friends and family, thank you! Reply

Hannah Tampa October 11, 2016

Thank you for this short and beautiful video. I found it inspiring and it will help me pray and reflect with deeper meaning. Thanks again. Reply

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