At the heart of Yom Kippur lies one underlying transgression that leads us to commit other harmful acts.
As long as you have life to live, you can hit restart and begin again.
Despite the fast and the restrictions, Yom Kippur is a joyous celebration of coming home.
Resurrection is the path of return that moves forward. Each time we come back around we really move forward and up.
Repentance requires that we embrace a change in our identity in three difference areas.
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
[spacer size=”40″] Rosh Hashana isn’t just the “Jewish New Year.” It’s the start date for the original personal growth immersion experience, an epic journey of the soul.