Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
By:
Donniel Hartman | Shalom Hartman Institute
Embarking on self criticism and self reflection is the ultimate aspiration, a process that challenges us to move forward.
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By:
David Hartman | Shalom Hartman Institute
The existential themes of the High Holidays are meant to create a sensitivity and appreciation of the precious significance of everyday existence.
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Who's Sorry Now?
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Do we really seek forgiveness from those we have wronged? Why should we even attempt it? And when we do, why is it so difficult?
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By:
Sybil Kaplan, JTA
Breaking the fast has its own set of traditions. Egg and cheese dishes — dairy products in general — are popular among the Ashkenazim for the first foods after Yom Kippur. But traditions vary from country to country.
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Planning the Pre-Fast Meal When Yom Kippur Falls on Shabbat
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Linda Morel
The last meal consumed before the 24-hour Yom Kippur fast is always an act of logistical ingenuity. It must be nourishing and sustaining, efficiently served but not slapdash.
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