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{October 12, 2016}   G’mar Hatima 

Today is the Day of Atonement. 

The Day of Atonement is the Day you confess your sins and ask for forgiveness.  Forgiveness from family,  friends, anyone you feel you need to. 

Maybe we take a different tactic, confess the good we’ve done.

“A person should also be joyous concerning the good he or she has done. It follows that just as there is a great benefit to self-improvement through confessing one’s sins, so is there great benefit to confessing one’s good deeds,” Rabbi Weiss writes.

I love that idea, what about you?

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