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For nearly 26 hours Jews everywhere “afflict their souls” and spend the day in synagogue, praying for forgiveness.
Here are five simple principles embodied by five verses from the Torah, each beginning with another letter of the word teshuvah, “return” or “repentance.”
“And what are you going to claim on Judgement Day, eh, Zusha? Your soul will know no peace when that time comes!”
Sit still and contemplate this day. Perhaps it is not what they tell you it is.
Jonah wasn’t some average Joe who decided to go his own way and not to listen to G-d. Why then did he disobey?
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