Yom Kippur is one of the most important holidays of the Jewish year. From fasting to attending synagogue service, this day is considered a Day of Atonement. Here is a look at some of the most famous Yon Kippur sayings to know.
“At the New Year, with special thoughts of you, and a wish that the year ahead will be filled with peace, happiness, and good health.”
“God has given us the choice between life and death, blessing and curse.”
“No sin is so light that it may be overlooked. No sin is so heavy that it may not be repented of.”
“On Rosh Hashanah it is written… On Yom Kippur it is sealed. May it be written and may it be sealed that you have a new year that brings fulfillment and happiness, peace and prosperity – all of life’s very best things. Have a Happy, Healthy New Year!”
“The accomplished apple is God bulletin of adulation to all of us. Yom Kippur is the day if we can accessible a lot of to accept this bulletin from God. Wish You Happy Yom Kippur.”
“The moral effectiveness of Yom Kippur was greatly enhanced, for the focal point of its observance was shifted from Jerusalem to every town and hamlet, wherever synagogues existed.”
“Think of Yom Kippur as a lookout on the top of a mountain that you have been climbing all year. See your days and their moments spread out before you. Be willing to look now at this big picture of your life.”
“We should not be the same person the day after Yom Kippur that we were the day before Yom Kippur. We should be moving ahead raising our lives to a higher level.”
“When we leave this world, neither silver nor gold nor precious stones and pearls accompany us – only Torah and good deeds.”
“When you look into your heart as the New Year starts, may you discover a new sense of possibility, a new belief in the gifts you have to share, and a renewed commitment to your faith and your dreams. Happy Rosh Hashanah!”
“Yom Kippur goes beyond the elimination of sin to the renewal of the individual. Habit and conditioning often combine with the structure of individual life to keep the person torn between evil and ethic, between apathy and ideal, between inertia and desire for improvement.”
“Yom Kippur is not about personal resolutions and private reflection. It is about standing up and talking to God.”
“Yom Kippur is the idea that we get a second chance before God forgives us for the mistakes that we’ve made. And we all get a second chance in life.”
Here is a look at the three levels of forgiveness. This will help you to get through truly forgiving someone that has hurt you.