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One Day, One People

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One Day, One People

At the very beginning of Yom Kippur, before Kol Nidrei, we declare: “With the sanction of the Omnipresent, and with the sanction of the congregation, by authority of the Heavenly Court, and by authority of the earthly court, we hereby grant permission to pray with those who have transgressed.” All agree that on this day, there are no differences between Jews; they all stand united as one in the presence of G-d.
Jewish Unity, Yom Kippur, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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James Russell Cambridge, MA, USA September 21, 2015

Thanks. That is totally wonderful, and an invitation to greater thought, prayer, study, love of Israel and fear of Heaven. Chabad never ceases to amaze me and to inspire great respect and affection. G'mar hatima tova! Reply