The weekly reading of Vayelech is usually combined with another (Nitzavim). This year it stands alone, and so we will feature several articles about it (#4-6); #6 from the Holy Ari of Tsfat is quite advanced.
Our first two articles present the special added dimension of the seven days between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur,
especially the Shabbat of the "Days of Awe," popularly called Shabbat Shuva (after the opening words of the special Haftorah) or Shabbat Teshuva (because of the theme of the week).
The story is set on Rosh Hashana, but according to a different source it took place on Yom Kippur. (In the paragraph that begins, "After the prayers, at the holiday meal, ..." substitute: "After the completion of the holiest of days, at the celebratory meal,...")

Next week: Our special Yom Kippur 5780 issue.