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Yom Kippur

Admission

"Did that great doctor I sent you to figure out your problem?"

"When he told me to undress, I was a little embarrassed, so I just showed him a splinter in my finger that he took out."

Yom Kippur is the special time of year that we must atone for our sins. (We shouldn't wait only for Yom Kippur; it is always good to repent!!) If we can't admit to G-d and ourselves our misdeeds, we'll never be able to fix them. (Based on a talk of Rav Ben Zion Brook zt"l)

Have a meaningful Yom Kippur!!

Rabbi Chaim Flom



 

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