Asara B’Tishrei. The 10th Day of Tishrei. That’s tonight’s (and tomorrow’s) Hebrew Date. But, you probably are more familiar with the traditional name of the holy day- Yom Kipur. Yom Kipur marks the end of 40 days of introspection, repentance, and preparation; rearranging our lives so we can be better humans, that we can make this world a better place- with renewed vigor.
May you be sealed
in a new year of
The 10th Day of Tishrei. No, not today- that’s tomorrow’s date. And, you say- so what?
Maybe if I said it was Yom Kipur tomorrow, you’d understand the significance. Because that is exactly what tomorrow is. The end of 40 days of introspection, repentance, and preparing ourselves to be better humans and to make the world a better place- with renewed vigor.