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The life and legacy of the Rebbe’s mother
Time in Thought
What can I learn from this? How can I grow from this? How can I use this to change?
Reflections
A number of techniques that make Yom Kippur with young children not only survivable, but a meaningful and spiritual experience
Video
Understanding the mechanics of how repentance actually repairs spiritual damage in the cosmos
Thoughtstream
How can I ground inspiration so it won’t disintegrate into thin air?
Essay
The unifying power of Yom Kippur
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Readers Write
I am humbled by the sensitivity and compassion of my daughter
Craft it Jewish
Have you ever stood there in synagogue—about to honor the departed—when their Hebrew name suddenly slipped your mind?
Resolutions
Sometime mid-afternoon when you’re feeling a bit peckish, this “spiritual sandwich” is sure to infuse your Yom Kippur with deeper meaning
Recipe
On the day before Yom Kippur it is customary to ask for and receive lekach (sweet cake— signifying a sweet year) from someone—usually one's mentor or parent
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Desk

Anna’s family escaped from Iran and lives on the West Coast.

In Iran, Anna had learned about Judaism, but when she was twelve, she became obsessed with the Holocaust. She grew bitter at G‑d and decided that He would no longer be a part of her life.

When Anna was 13, she was riding her bike and fell. Before realizing it, she called out, “Oh my G‑d!” Catching herself, she began to think about...

This process of Yom Kippur, highlighted by the Ne’ilah service, is a process of a lifetime. It’s a journey that we go through with each test and challenge that we face. It’s a process of acceptance of that which is beyond our control because it comes from a Higher Source.
— The Process of Teshuvah
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Passing Grade

Overheard:

“I got a 100% in school today!”

“Great! In what subject?”

“50% in spelling and 50% in grammar.”

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