Look familiar? Maybe you’ve sent or received a few similar texts yourself in the past week? Something that implies “I’m sure I messed up somehow.. Sorry.”
There’s nothing wrong with sending apology texts, or using technology to connect with those far away, but for many the High Holidays tradition of apologizing to those we have wronged has largely become a perfunctory gesture and that’s a shame. For if properly understood and done right, this ritual actually has the power to manifest our raison d’etre. Here’s why and how…
All Jews, irrespective of their stance on the Iran Deal, can participate in the “Day of Jewish Unity“.
If you look a bit closer at the group organizing this day of unity, you will see that the objective is to use prayer to guide Congress to reject the Iran Deal. So how can this be a day of Jewish unity when there are many Jews who believe the deal should pass in its current form?
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