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Crash Course on Yom Kippur

A fascinating overview on the meaning and customs of the holiest day of the year.

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Published: October 3, 2011

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Visitor Comments: 17

(12) Elizabeth Walton, September 24, 2012 8:38 AM


Thank you so much! I have so much to atone for. Some things take time as you say though. Shalom and G-d Bless.

(11) Leah Goldsmith, September 24, 2012 2:13 AM

Wow! That was the best YK synopsis I have ever heard!

Thank you Rabbi Goldhar. That was so well done. Really a wonderful vehicle for anyone to mentally prepare for Yom Kippur. May H' bless you to create many, many inspiring and helpful videos!

(10) Dusty Lucero, September 23, 2012 3:59 AM

Great Presentation

A very informative, well thought out presentation as always. Thanks

(9) Jack.Adno, October 10, 2011 7:39 PM

Good informative

Enjoyable and informative

(8) SUZI CLARK, October 8, 2011 11:53 PM

This is ALL we need to know about YOM KIPPUR

As always, I am blown away by the Rabbi's ability to teach a class, without missing any important information, in 6 minutes. It was so interesting, informative, and held my me emotionally captive.. I hardly breathed for fear I would miss something. I actually played it a few times, this way I could feel I understood every nuance, and detail of this Holy of Holy Days. Rabbi Goldhar, this is typically your wonderful handiwork, being able to explain in a thoroughly fascinating, appealing, and most motivating, manner. You are GREAT! This is not an exaggeration. I enjoy everything I have ever seen, or read, that I have witnessed. Thank you so much. I wish you and all your loved ones, a sweet New Year, and I hope you had an easy fast. May you continue to enjoy G-D'S Blessings, for many generations to come.

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