By: Romi Morales In Yom Kippur, Am Israel receives one of the greatest gifts that could be offered to human beings: the opportunity to focus on forgiveness, after making a profound and authentic process of introspection. This is interesting, because not for all people this means the same thing. There are those who think that […]
Moshe Glikson The few distinguished days of the year, the days of remembrance and the great holidays, are of high importance. During these days, an ordinary Jewish person experiences, depending on his spiritual ability, the nation’s tradition, and joins through specific actions and symbols, mitzvoth aseh and mitzvoth lo-taaseh, to the chain of acceptance of
Eli Akerman H. Rosh Hadracha Kinneret B’Colombia Yom Kippur is the holiest day in Judaism, a day of repentance and forgiveness. On this unique date, Jews across the world fast for a full day; some spend the day in synagogues and others in a special place that enhances the atmosphere of introspection and personal reflection.
Sergio Edelstein In the beautiful cultural baggage that we inherited from Judaism, there are two holidays: Tu B’Av and Yom Kippur. These two holidays are both very different, but paradoxically have a commonality that relates us to one of the main educational motifs in the Tnua: the Madim – uniform. What do these two holidays