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Forgiveness is key during Jewish High Holidays

3:39 PM, Sep. 2, 2013
Rabbi Sidney Vineburg
Rabbi Sidney Vineburg
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Judaism is very much a communal tradition. Our fullest expression of prayer can only be attained when there are a minimum of 10 people present. This understanding of tradition goes back to Mt. Sinai: God gave the Scriptures (Torah) to His people as a community, not as individuals.

The High Holidays, therefore, become not just a moment for Jews to reflect on the year that has passed and pray for the year to come. It is a time when the community gathers to pray, support, love and most importantly, forgive each other. When we approach God on Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), we need to do so as a community ...

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