It’s Yom Kippur

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Today is the most sacred day of the Jewish calendar, and though I’ve never once in my lifetime succeeded in fasting, and stopped going to synagogue years ago (aside from the odd Bar Mitzvah or wedding), I still take this holiday seriously as a time for atonement and reflection. So no post today.  G’mar chatima tova to those of you who are observing, and see you here tomorrow.

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    mlinky
    28 Sep 2020
    12:57pm

    (((( <3 ))))

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    Viajera
    28 Sep 2020
    11:48am

    Happy New Year, Kim! And ditto what Beth said, too.

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    Beth Fink
    28 Sep 2020
    9:47am

    Gmar charisma tov to you, and may the new year bring peace and healing.

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    Beth Fink
    28 Sep 2020
    9:48am

    Oops . Chatima autocorrected to charisma. A little of that won’t be a bad thing for any of us. Happy New Year.

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    Praleen
    28 Sep 2020
    11:25pm

    Wishing you the best of New Years, Kim

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    Francine
    28 Sep 2020
    8:16pm

    Same to you Kim. Wishing you a healthy & happy New Year.

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    Allison Davis
    29 Sep 2020
    2:34am

    Shana tova!

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