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archery terms during Yom Kippur

What’s Archery Got to Do with the High Holy Days?

Did  you know that the word for sin in Hebrew—chet—comes from the sport of archery? So does the word Torah, which refers to the Old Testament scrolls and the text they contain. On Yom Kippur, the Day of Repentance, Jews all over the world recite the holiday liturgy, which contains a repetition of the words …

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Taking Advantage of Yearly Reflection and Cleansing Shofar Sounds

Like most Jews, this week I observed the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. This is the time of the year when we begin thinking about how we behaved for the last twelve months and participate in the process of atoning for any wrong doings or wrong behavior. I see this as a chance for  introspection and …

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Finding My Way Back to Meaning-Full and Spirit-Full Practice

I hate to admit it, but over the last few years have found myself not practicing anything very spiritual. I haven’t practiced my religion. I haven’t practiced meditation. I haven’t practiced rituals. I haven’t practiced connecting to anything “higher” with my Tarot or Kabbalah cards or my pendulum. I haven’t observed Shabbat on a regular …

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