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.
Your words have the power to create or destroy. What are you saying?
Despite the fast and the restrictions, Yom Kippur is a joyous celebration of coming home.
Returning home is about rebuilding the interpersonal bridge that gets broken as a result of shame.
The period from Rosh Hashana through Yom Kippur is a spiritual homecoming.
Yom Kippur teaches us that the words we say, and how we speak them, matter.