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The central theme of Yom Kippur is not repentance; it is forgiveness. Repentance means regretting who you’ve become. Yom Kippur is a day on which you are embraced for who you truly are. You are a pure, divine soul. Today, you want to live that way. So you rid yourself of some unbecoming things you picked up on the road, and you return home, picking up some beautiful mitzvahs along the way. On Yom Kippur you...
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