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Shabbat Yom Kippur:
Leviticus 16:1-34; Numbers 29:7-11;
Isaiah 57:14-58:14.
At Minchah: Leviticus 18:1-30;
Yonah 1:1-4:11; Micah 7:18-20.

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In fact, such unity and love is not
om Kippur, the Day of
limited to the living. The midrash
Atonement, is the annual
(Sifri, Shoftim 148) teaches us that
opportunity for each Jew
'even those no longer alive need
to reconcile and renew a relationship
atonement!' (This midrash is
with God — to start afresh.
the
basis for the custom of
What is not generally
Therefore, the entire
Yizkor.)
known is that this day is
Jewish
people
— living and
also dedicated to reconcili-
dead,
past
and
present (at
ation and beginning anew
least
symbolically)
— join
in our relationship with
together
in
the
unity
of
other human beings. The
mutual
concern
and
care,
Mishnah (Yoma 95B) states:
love and respect, to receive
"Sins between one person
Rabbi
God' s blessing.
and another are not atoned
Eliezer
Cohen
This is one reason for the
for by Yom Kippur until
Special
to
the
custom
of reciting a formula
the one sinned against is
Jewish
News
Kol Nidre to
right
before
appeased."
allow
us
to
"pray
with the
According to the
sinners"
during
Yom
Kippur.
We are
Mishnah, in order for Yom Kippur to
all
sinners,
but
have
been
forgiven
have any effect concerning sins com-
and have forgiven those who sinned
mitted against others, the aggrieved
against us.
must be satisfied with the remorse,
We are all now considered righteous
contrition and amends done by the
before
God and join as one to pray. E
one who sinned against them.
Thus, before Yom Kippur, each Jew
Eliezer Cohen is rabbi of congregation Or
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done against others and must apologize Chadash in Oak Park.
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appease every victim of one's misbe-
Conversations
havior. Imagine the beauty and mutual
Why is it easier to confess
love of an entire people having done
before God than before those we
this: No grudges, hatred or ill-will
have sinned against? How hard
— only apology and forgiveness.
is it to really forgive those who
This is the real vision of the Jewish
have sinned against us? What
people on Yom Kippur: united in
causes one to bear a grudge and
mutual respect and love, yearning
harbor hatred of others? Is such
together for God's forgiveness and
an
attitude constructive?
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