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The Yom Kippur Paradox

Why is fasting more important than praying on Yom Kippur?

The Yom Kippur Paradox: Why is fasting more important than praying on Yom Kippur?

The purpose of fasting on Yom Kippur is to induce a contrite and humbled heart before the Supreme Judge. If so, why if one falls weak fasting and cannot properly repent and pray, is he to nevertheless complete the fast, even if it entails sleeping through Neilah?! This class will reveal the essence of Yom Kippur, resolving this and other paradoxes of the holiest day of the year. (Based on Likutei Sichos volumes 3, 29 and 32.)
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