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The first step toward ‘I’m sorry’ starts with ‘I’

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Posted: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 10:45 am

Leviticus 16:1–34, Leviticus 23:26–32, Numbers 29:7–11

Yom Kippur is about teshuvah: looking at ourselves. It’s about asking ourselves serious questions. It’s too easy to blame someone else or define ourselves by what somebody else does or does not do.

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