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    Preparing for Rosh Hashanah by, Sheri Lindner

    The smell of Gorham’s silver polish releases memory

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    Alternative Avodah Service by, Rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrmann

    For years I struggled to make sense of the Avodah service on Yom Kippur

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    Interpretive Vidui by, Devon Spier

    The following prayer contains seven words of atonement that are read aloud during the traditional Vidui prayer

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The prayers and tunes of S’lichot are meant to crack into our yearnings for all that is good, righteous and holy, and to point us toward our own errors. We’ve put stumbling blocks in front of ourselves. Realizing that we’ve knocked ourselves off our own feet, we’re called upon to see our regrets as a doorway to repentance.

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