Hatima Tova

Aakhda

This evening is the eve of  Yom Kippour
An important day in the Jewish faith, a day of Concentrated Prayer, of repentance and of forgiveness.
Asking forgiveness from our fellow man and from God, Our Creator.
On this day it is traditional to begin a fast from this evening until tomorrow evening, to deepen our intentions and focus, after which, it is said , we are to be written in the book of God, to which we wish each other “Hatima Tova” = Good Signing.

I would like to wish everyone celebrating Yom Kippour, Hatima Tova and an easy fast for those fasting.
I am hopeful we can pause and think about our fellow man, on a personal level and on a larger level.
The world at large has come to a place where we are feeling so much hurt and difference come to surface to be looked at and…

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