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Tema Smith Sep 19
Reflections from service — for the 1st time in my life, I cried. For the horrible year I’ve had. For the struggle of living with , for the look on my mom’s face when I can’t walk well, for the nagging feeling of frustration with myself.
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Risa Isard Sep 18
The life I always dreamed of: a text thread 12 friends strong about our plans for.... If nothing else (there’s a lot else), I’m rich with community. G’mar chatima tova y’all. First we fast — then we live — with meaning.
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Ellis Simon Sep 20
Real classy - serving my 89-year old mother with a summons on night - holiest night of the Jewish year.
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Yonatan Sep 19
Last Night at at Etz Chaim in Palo Alto, the Rabbi gave an amazing d'var. The subject was broadly with a specific stop-off about and the abuse that he perpetrated. The synagogue decided for a minimum of a 1 year hiatus on singing any of his melodies.
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Phil Wolff 马爱狼 🐺 Sep 18
Replying to @evanwolf
starts with the , a prayer asking God to cancel our casual promises for the coming year. We says stuff, then we can't make it work or change our minds. But our words matter, our personal and collective honor matters. So this asks not to be held to the letter.
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Paul Kramer v Kramer Sep 17
Dear Spurs players - Fasting commences at 6.54pm tomorrow night. Please score all your goals in the first half. Feast before famine.
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Kountouros Sep 18
If you observe, may your fast be meaningful and may you be renewed.
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Sandy Myers Sep 18
Live streaming a bit of the service and the Rabbi just said that Yom Kippur is Election Day for the secular world. You have my attention.
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Alison Hammer Sep 18
It's totally normal to be researching on right?
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Michael Geller Sep 18
Since it will soon be time for I'm thinking that perhaps I should go to the chapel. Bet I'll be the only person wearing a tallis! (Planning to spend Yom Kippur in Great Synagogue of all being well)
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Randi Weingarten Sep 18
Watching the preparation by for and . So proud of Sharon
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Julie Silver Sep 18
If for any reason you are unable to attend or services this year, let's meet where you are. 7.30PM tonight 10AM tomorrow
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Mark S. Zaid Sep 18
services always reminds me of and movie. Great soundtrack and 1st CD I owned.
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The iCenter Sep 18
The Majesty and Mystery of : Learn how an ancient Jewish prayer melody inspired everyone – from classical composers to filmmakers to psychedelic rock bands (via )
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Period Drama Land Sep 18
Wishing you Well over The Fast . 🙏✡️
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Jack Parkman 2.0 Sep 18
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Melanie Nathan Sep 18
Heading toward those gates: FAST WELL!
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Joseph N. Cohen Sep 18
It's and on the same day. I feel pulled in two directions...
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The Dreidel Sep 23
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The Tantric Touch Sep 19
G’mar Chatimah Tovah* May U Be Sealed For A Good Year*, an Aramaic song, whose unforgettable melody ushers in , lets take back unfulfilable promises or made under force*Psychologically, it lets Jews clear conscience of that couldn't be kept
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