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The Vidui, the confessional part of our Yom Kippur liturgy, is a central part of our service to Hashem on the holiest day of the year. Here's how to make it more meaningful:
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My rabbi Rav Ephraim Spricher always says the Goyim always copy us. Your words about vidui remind me of the Goy getting the last meal and after the fast a reprieve from the governor.
Sam Konigsberg |
Friday, 20 September 2013 at 08:08 AM
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