Yom Kippur: Partner Track

Does God really care about the nuances of my life?

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(90) Anonymous, September 13, 2018 11:43 AM

Re: What happened to the lawyer who didn't make partner

One of the commenters asked that question. Perhaps this traumatic experience WAS an answer to a prayer. Maybe this lawyer went on to do legal work that fulfills him much more than working for a huge law firm ever did. I have watched this video a few times over the past few years, and something occurred to me. It is entirely possible that this lawyer had been getting an uneasy feeling in his gut that all was not well. It was easy for the partners to smile and tell this young man what a great job he was doing. It was also easier for this young lawyer to ignore any nagging doubts in the back of his mind. After all, the law is based on logic and not instinct.

(89) Anonymous, September 16, 2015 3:43 PM

What the lawyer hopefully learned.

I am so very sorry this lawyer went through the trauma of not making partner. Granted, he worked so hard for such a long time. However, it seemed like he did not stop to examine what his bosses wanted from him. Were his goals aligned with the mission of his law firm? Did he behave in ways that might have offended a senior partner? I am the daughter of a lawyer, and I grew up hearing these questions around the dinner table. I WISH I had gone to law school, but my father's success intimidated me!

(88) rachel, October 1, 2014 4:05 AM

very true

This outstanding video provides a beautiful reason that rings true about our recital of Vidui on Yom Kippur. Has-hem does care about every nuance of our actions, and our recital of vidui ten times takes us more in depth each time into the nuance of our negative actions and causes of our negative actions.

(87) Anonymous, September 29, 2014 11:55 AM

This video was excellent! Perhaps the lesson this associate learned was that one should work smarter as opposed to working harder. Was he treated shabbily by the senior partners? Of course he was. However, if he learned something from this traumatic experience then it was not wasted. Sometimes we operate according to what we THINK our bosses, spouses, etc. want without checking to see if our perceptions are accurate. Yes, in the workplace we always need to see if what we are doing is in alignment with what our boss wants us to be doing.

(86) rachel, September 13, 2013 12:58 AM


(85) Anonymous, September 24, 2012 4:15 PM


Thanks for giving me a whole new outlook onto why we say the viduy-- very deep and real. Thank you

(84) Anonymous, September 24, 2012 4:10 PM

and G-d does care

And to add on in response to Rahel's comment, G-d does care, and He did care about that young lawyer, but we just dont know the whole story bec Charlie Harary was only bringing in a tiny bit of the mans story to teach us a lesson, but you are right that it could seem like G-d is leading him on for 10 yrs for nothing, but actually G-d cares about him and every person more than we can ever imagine, and there is a reason that man had to go though that, we dont know the reason, maybe he learnt the valuable lesson of life from it which later on in life helped him out, or maybe something else good came from it. we dont know. but garanteed there was a reason, G-d is taking care of every single one of His children

(83) Chana Gross, September 24, 2012 5:34 AM

The video was great. It really inspired me, and gave me a new perspective on my davening. Thank you

(82) Anonymous, September 24, 2012 4:33 AM

loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(81) Anonymous, September 23, 2012 1:37 PM

Thanks for that, i found it very effective. the message was given over well, clearly expressed and the pictues totally enhance and made me remember the message, of why we say viduy so many times and that G-d cares about us

(80) Rahel, January 19, 2012 8:15 AM

What's the point here -- that God is better than an exploitative law firm?

As a religious person, I have to say that this video doesn't work for me. What's the point -- that God is better than an exploitative law firm? That we need to be looking over our shoulders at work to make sure that we're getting feedback so that we don't find ourselves sacrificing our lives in the workplace for nothing? I found the story disturbing, not inspiring. I found myself wondering what happened to the young lawyer who had worked so hard, sacrificing a decade of his life, with only a pink slip as his reward. I realize that life gives no guarantees and that we have free choice -- but if God cares so much about what we do, couldn't He somehow have protected this young man from giving up ten years of his life for nothing? (Or perhaps the point is that the young lawyer should have bailed when he realized that he wasn't getting any feedback -- a lesson that no one bothered to teach him until it was too late?

Anonymous, September 20, 2012 1:52 AM

sorry you missed the point

The point was just as an "exploitive"'law firm may test the ones it really cares about, the analogy is that God tests us and spends time with us- because he cares ( though unlike an exploitive law firm, he cares about ALL of us). It was just an analogy.

Jim, September 20, 2012 5:57 AM


You can't see the forest because of the trees. However, point taken. My suggestion...get a spiritual GPS...

Mo, September 23, 2012 1:09 AM

Do not question G-d because you cannot see the big picture.

Don't ask why on this video 'why didn't G-d help this guy if he really cares about all of the nuances of his life'. Just because you can't see why that had to happen to him, yyou aren't seeing the big picture. Ultimately, whatever happens to him, you, or anyone else is for that person's own good.

(79) aliza, October 18, 2011 5:24 PM

Kol Hakavod. Please make more videos like this one. It is a very practical and meaningful video. Thanks

(78) Anonymous, October 14, 2011 7:02 PM

Very well said

How true

(77) Anonymous, October 11, 2011 8:29 AM

thank you so much!

Mr Harary, i loved your video and your message, thank you so much for it!

ED WALLS, September 22, 2012 9:04 PM



(76) Anonymous, October 10, 2011 9:25 AM

wow, you did it again! thank you, and a belated g'mar tov

wow, you did it again, and a belated g'mar tov.

(75) Andre Ranulfo, October 9, 2011 12:42 AM


There is a saying here in Brazil: " We only arfue with those we care"

(74) Anonymous, October 7, 2011 10:15 PM


(73) Marshel Hawkin, October 7, 2011 7:37 PM

This helped me understand Yom Kippur very much. I am not Jewish but I enjoy this site and am learning so much that I never was taught growing up baptist. Thanks!

(72) Jack, October 7, 2011 3:32 PM

Thank you very much. Gmar Chatima Tova. May you be inscribed (in the Book of Life) for Good.

(71) Matt, October 7, 2011 2:05 PM


A great piece. And yes, I actually cried at the end of Rudy. One of the few times...

(70) Anonymous, October 6, 2011 4:11 AM

Thank you for helping me understand, it made sense.

(69) Shira, October 6, 2011 3:31 AM

Thank you!

I found this to be such a beautiful and powerful message that really changes the way I look at the yom kippur tefillos. Thank you so much!

(68) Linda, October 5, 2011 3:31 AM

Good message

This helps those who are not Jewish, also, to understand the holiday of Yom Kippur. Thanks.

(67) Yaffie, October 5, 2011 2:48 AM

You always have the right thing to say to inspire me

Every time i think you can't get better, you do. Growing up as an FFB, we just accept and do. Being married to a BT has shown me the beauty of asking why. And then I listen to your videos and that's the icing on the cake. I am so inspired by your Yom Kippur piece. I've listened to it 5 times already. Thank you for always lifting me up to the next level. I'll be going into this Yom Kippur with a lot more then ever before.

(66) RobiMac, October 5, 2011 1:03 AM

Like Richard, this was a message that I also needed to hear. Thanx for posting. May the L-rd bless and keep you.

(65) varda Eisikovich, October 4, 2011 10:27 PM

I pray every year in Yom Kippur but was interested in the explanation given.

I found it all interesting and it is good to understand why we pray to G-d.

(64) Anonymous, October 4, 2011 8:47 PM

Thanks. A great film to watch in Aseres Yemai Teshuvah. It really focused me and gave me a deeper meaning of the reasons for Viduy so many times. Thanks again.

(63) Shulamis Mallet, October 4, 2011 7:08 PM

A Father's love

Dear Charlie, this video is phenomenal. I was so touched by your message that I watched it 3 times. We refer to G-d as our Father in several of our prayers, especially now that we say "Avinu Malkaynu", "Our Father Our King". G-d loves us as a parent, so is always looking to help us do better. G-d takes pride in our accomplishments as much or more than any parent does, because G-d gave us the tools and the raw materials to accomplish everything. For Yom Kippur, G-d gave us the unique opportunity to ask and receive forgiveness for all our sins, and covers everything. We even have the opportunity to ask several times over, in case our minds were wandering or we didn't give it the right "oomph" before. Those things that we ask forgiveness for that we feel we didn't, do serve a purpose. We may not realize that we did something wrong, or perhaps someone else did the wrong and if we don't stop them or at least try. We take some of the responsibility. Also, the reason we may not have done the wrong, is because we weren't challenged by it. Perhaps by asking forgiveness in advance, G-d will have mercy on us and not provide it as a challenge in the future. After all, we're admitting that it exists, and therefore we can be tempted by it. As far as the associate that didn't get the partnership, you can't help but feel sorry for him. But we really don't know the whole story either. Sometimes people ignore messages that are right in front of their faces, because they don't want to hear it. So unless you were privy to all the correspondence that poor guy had with his superiors in the law firm, it's unfair to paint them in such a derogatory light. The same is true for non-believers. They may get bonuses for things they do, but they're missing the messages that are put right in front of their faces. How sad for them that they don't experience that closeness with G-d, their Father at least once a year. He is constantly giving us messages, we just have to know how to look for them.

(62) Russell, October 4, 2011 6:01 PM

Thank you!

I have greatly enjoyed all of your videos. All have been especially meaningful, and I am so happy you take the time to make them and put them online. Thank you for being such a positive influence in my life and in the life of others!

(61) Richard, October 4, 2011 4:43 PM

This message and insight into Yom Kippur could not have come at a more appropriate time in my life. Thanks Aish.com!

(60) jOEL Rosenblum, October 4, 2011 2:25 PM

beginning & end not close enough together

nice guy but the law firm takes us off-message.wonderful graphics.there is something about seeing Hebrew writing out of shul that thrills me

(59) Anonymous, October 4, 2011 2:16 PM

THat was awesome! So beautifully done and well put! Yashar Koach!

(58) Yocheved, October 4, 2011 11:19 AM

Meaningful and clear.

I found this very clear. Now I understand why we keep repeating how sorry we are to Hashem. Thank you!

(57) adam, October 4, 2011 9:58 AM

I agree these things are a gift...there should be no shame.

Nice message. I think the main thing about religion is connecting to god and treating humanity better. I love the no guilt, just giving aspect. wonderful fast and holiday to all.

(56) Anonymous, October 4, 2011 9:54 AM

Thanks, I got on my Facebook page .... Thank you and all my love Beautiful .... your videos and articles congratulate Ann

(55) Anonymous, October 4, 2011 9:54 AM

I think that Charlie Harrary should be nominated fr " Jewish Hero of the year"! He " makes a difference" w every single video he produces. Kol hakavod! One person.. Can realllly change the world!!!

(54) adrienne, October 4, 2011 9:53 AM

this was an amazing video thank you for sending it to me.

(53) jinji, October 4, 2011 4:44 AM

what a great message..to all like me a sinner,there war in my self i want to be victor,,ty for the message .

(52) Maya, October 4, 2011 3:11 AM


This really touched me and gave a whole new outlook on Yom Kippur. Thank you so much!!

(51) Lori, October 4, 2011 12:47 AM

A M E N .

So o o o o Precious

(50) Tony, October 4, 2011 12:38 AM

The main point this video got across to me was that the viduy services aren't "for God" they are for us. God already knows what we think and knows what we are truly sorry for and regret. What we have to know is that God isn't a tyrant who will kill us unless we beg for mercy, he is like a coach who wants to help us improve in every way possible. And the best way for us to improve is to realize our flaws and to build in them to do better the next time around.

(49) cbridge, October 3, 2011 11:56 PM

He is Holy, He is full of love & mercies. He answers prayers

He takes you to another deeper perception of Who He is, How He loves us, and answers prayers and brings us peace, even in the storms of Life. It's really all about our relationship with Him and how He cares so deeply for each of us...Having Faith & Trust in Him! Shalom..

(48) Margarita, October 3, 2011 11:24 PM


thank you for producing this video - it's perfect

(47) Alan Greenberg, October 3, 2011 11:04 PM

Yom Kipper

That was a great article! Although I am not as religous as I should be, I could never imagine being any other religon. Thank you for your Past, Present and Future articles.

(46) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 11:00 PM

Wow. Powerful.

Once again, Mr. Harary has done a fabulous job at getting to the core of the issue. Many many thanks for your profound and powerful insights. A happy and healthy new year to all.

(45) Oskar, October 3, 2011 10:55 PM

Don't really see it that way

Well, I'm sorry, but to me this sounds pretty far-fetched. I mean it's nice to have a positive and constructive approach, regardless of whether it is the confessing of sins on Yom Kippur or just anything else we do pertaining to our religous belief. But this really seems to me a bit too liberal an interpretation. I would't compare g'd with a law firm. Also,forgive me for saying this, I always find it to be a bit presumptious, when people assume a right to tell us what exactly it is that g'd thinks or what he intends by one thing or another. How do they know? G'd is a big mystery and unless he tells us himself in an explicit way I cannot take other peoples (sometimes very free) interpretations as a guiding line.

Elana, October 5, 2011 11:02 PM

Mystery or No Mr. Harary helps make it clearer for me

Oskar: I thought just the opposite of you! I thought that the law firm approach was a wonderful way of Mr. Harary to bring hard concepts down to us. I'm in a difficult place currently, so I really appreciate his videos for helping me bring g-d closer into my life. G-d is a mystery...but Mr. Harary helps make it more real for me.

(44) sari s, October 3, 2011 10:49 PM

amazing as usual!!

another amazing, inspiring video!! youre a special person with a special message.....happy, healthy and prosperous new year!!

(43) serge, October 3, 2011 10:15 PM


(42) Bronwyn Van Dam, October 3, 2011 9:47 PM


I just saw your great video clip. It really puts things into perspective - and not just for Jewish people, but for everyone. Thank you

(41) ruth housman, October 3, 2011 9:28 PM

more than specks in the universe

My small life is telling me something every single day, because I experience the constant connects, or what we call astonishment of story, aka coincidence. Everything "mirrors" for me with echoic connects and I keep a Diary that is by now, off the charts. And one day I want to watch the movie, because I cannot get it all down on paper, though I try. It began as a vow that given the kind of massive coincidence that felled me a long time ago, that could NOT be random, I could prove the existence of G_d by way of a story, on paper. Well it has happened, and I have over eleven years of story, that is a daily account of something I call the "hit parade", and this has caused me to go very deep, in profound ways. I know we're all in this together, and I know we are ALL immensely important. Remember that phrase, we are co-creating the universe? Well, it is totally true. Maybe one day, when G_d stops hiding this record, and allows me to truly go aloud, because that's the mandate, the man date, then others will read a story that does deeply involve us all and it says, we are more connected to each other than we EVER thought possible. Until then, I continue to write, to put down my heart and soul on the line, as I do, constantly in Jewish and other sites. As to Yom Kippur, it's about atonement, and that is also At One Ment. G_d is the Master Storyteller!

joel, October 4, 2011 5:38 PM

gibberish....not Jewish

I'm sorry to critisize Ruth, but I must... your comments are filled with new-age and pagen rubbish..I recognize it, because I used to be there myself, untill I met the Lord. the God who revealed himself through the Bible..You are not God and He is not you. You are not co-creator with God, you are His creation. It's your responsibility to know him as He is, not how you imagine him to be. So please, pick up your bible and read it, and pay no attention to those who twist the words of God to their own destruction.

Shulamis Mallet, October 6, 2011 5:27 AM

Joel, no offense, but you're being harsh

Ruth, I've read your comments often and find your unique perspective intriguing. I'm orthodox and don't find what you say necessarily against the Torah. I do, however feel that you spend too much time trying to prove G-d's existence. G-d just is. If you find extra meaning in words, it's because G-d provided us with the words, so of course they're multidimensional. There already is a record of G-d's miracles, it's called the Torah. Anything that happens in our world today is already inscribed in the Torah, because the Torah is a blueprint of our world. Don't spend so much time trying to prove, spend that time instead celebrating the existence of a G-d that loves us so much, that He shows those that care, His existence everyday. G-d put us on this Earth to care for it, so with every act that we do towards that goal, G-d celebrates and does something in return. You can call it recreation or miracles, but by whatever name you call it, it's G-d letting us know that He's here, with us, all the time. Study the Torah and revel in this magnificent world that He gave us, all the gifts that He gave us, including Shabbos. Learn more about our religion and find ways to thank G-d for all that He gives us. There are people that would tell you that I could share your bat house (though I personally prefer the Bat Cave), don't worry so much about them. In fact, laugh with them. Don't push your beliefs in their faces, either. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Don't take life so seriously, you'll lose the joy. G-d loves it when we laugh, so when you see a miracle, laugh and say thank you to a G-d that allows you to see a little extra. I wish you all the best and a happy and healthy New Year. Your friend, Shulamis

(40) Marsha, October 3, 2011 9:12 PM


(39) miry, October 3, 2011 9:05 PM

wow that was very inspiring thank you

(38) Laurie Stein, October 3, 2011 9:03 PM

Belief in ourselves, belief in our G-d almighty

forgiveness of ourselves and those around us enable us to recognize imperfections and our own humanity. How fortunate we are to have the ability to change what was into what can be for all mankind.

(37) Alex Berger, October 3, 2011 8:31 PM

What about the rest of us?

What if you are a secular, agnostic, or maybe atheist Jew (hopefully proudly so, and involved)? That's the case, by most accounts, with most Jews in the world today. In that case, such a message, although intricately and masterfully conceived and presented, still sounds somewhat hollow and is very difficult to relate to, beyond its undisputed psychological and human insights. That is precisely because Mr. Harari treats God not as an abstract entity which each of us is free to interpret according to our own liking and intuition, but as a real, almost tangible participant in the minutiae our daily lives. In doing so, does he really reach to the hearts and souls of the majority of us?

Jewish Mom, October 4, 2011 3:10 PM

That IS the message!

The message truly is that yes, G-d is not n abstract entity - he loves us, takes a deep interest in each and every one of us and is a participant in the minutiae of our daily lives. If you try communicating with Him and keep your eyes (and heart) open, it will become obvious to you that this is true without a shadow of a doubt. Try it! Try talking to Him about the small things and see how He responds. This message can reach the hearts and souls of whoever is willing to hear it. There is no one who walks this earth without potential for greater spirituality and a totally personal connection with G-d.

(36) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 8:29 PM

yOM KIPPUR PARTNER is so well done in all the levels, i would be able to send it to many friends who are not religious for them to pictures them-self on every day life how to G.D come to the picture . keep doing such a good work AISH you are wonderful May the Almighty bless each one of you.i need a push today and this is my vitamin.thank you from some one in Exile.

(35) kate b, October 3, 2011 8:27 PM

A very good point of view. I really only 'got this' this year, the pushing us to make us holy as He is holy because he cares - maybe because I was thinking Yom Kippur was coming on Shabbat again and what that means.

(34) Ilana Leeds, October 3, 2011 8:19 PM

But what happened to the guy who worked so hard....

B'H Ok, I liked what you said BUT what worries me is what happened to the guy that worked so hard? Did he find a place in another law firm or did he take up writing novels about working in law firms? What concerns me is the hypocrisy of it all.So you can be fake and lie to someone and let them work you like a dog and then give you the brush off.? Gee, that poor, poor man, he must feel so devalued and useless. Gamar chatima tova we should all rejoice when Messhiah comes each neshama is ultimately valued before the Almighty.

(33) Daisy Harari Mayer from brazil, October 3, 2011 8:04 PM

Tom kipour

Very good everything youwrithee and always i send the mensages to my maried children and grand sons Tks and good kipour. Daisy

(32) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 7:48 PM

thanks for making it real.

(31) Judy, October 3, 2011 7:42 PM

Very nice.

Very nice clip - very inspiring. We just need to keep in mind that we must not take this to an extreme. While G-d cares about every nuance of our individual lives, this does not mean that we will get everything we ask of Him. Sometimes our prayers are not answered, even when they are worthy and just.

(30) Stephen Eze, October 3, 2011 7:16 PM

Very heat warming

This message is not just for Jews but for all people of the world. It helps to know that on our own we can do nothing but with help from above, we can do all things.

(29) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 6:58 PM

Brought tears to my eyes

Another incredible film with a profound and essential message. It will change my Yom Kippour significantly. THANK YOU, Charlie! Yashar Coah!

(28) Bracha, October 3, 2011 6:50 PM


Emotion-packed powerful message, but I wish you would have carefully thought out the ending. ...."so we can believe in ourselves?" Is this really the prominent singular message? Or should it be adjusted as follows: " ... .. we will strengthen ourselves by establishing a strong belief in and connection to G-d. ' After all, to receive blessings (true pleasure) we must love ourselves, love each other, love life, and love G-d. This involves first and foremost the development of a strong, intimate, and reciprocal connection with the Creator of the universe.

Cynthia, October 4, 2011 2:35 AM

Well stated, Bracha!

You expressed my reaction perfectly!!

(27) Rifka, October 3, 2011 5:39 PM

Mr. Harari truly understands inner thoughts and conflicts and gives such a wonderful twist on understanding the tfilla in a more meaningful way.Thanks for helping me daven in a more positive ,understanding way. gmar chatima tova

(26) claude, October 3, 2011 5:13 PM

an intelligent approach

I found this video inspiring because he presents a different approach --I always had the perspective of working on myself at this time of year simply to do our duty to become a better Jew, a better person. I missed out on the love and caring--thank you!

(25) Susie rGama, October 3, 2011 5:12 PM

Great allegory!

Well done! The video's message was done in terms that everyone can understand, and it wasn't too long. I appreciate your creativity and pedagogy. Shana Tova.

(24) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 4:34 PM

Really Great

Its never too late for a wake up call.

(23) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 4:31 PM



(22) Anonymous, October 3, 2011 4:24 PM

Very cool!

(21) Andria, October 3, 2011 1:45 PM


As always thank you for the words of encouragement.

(20) etti, October 3, 2011 12:25 PM

just wished to say mr harary's yom kippur "drasha" wow wow and wow certainly hit the spot yshar koach and gmar chatima tova to

(19) Nechama, October 3, 2011 7:27 AM

Thank you- this is so special and really strengthens the bond between G-d and each Jew in a loving and caring way.

(18) Louise Doan, October 3, 2011 6:33 AM


Is to believe in myself, not to believe in God: Creator of you and me? He is the One who designed us, in love and with love. The ultimate purpose is to have a one-on-one loving relationship with God. It is by this/through this, that others see and desire God- that they may too flow, in love, with our beautiful, loving, LORD. People watch us. And then should they see God's love, they desire.

(17) eva, October 3, 2011 3:46 AM

Just fabulous!!

Your best yet! Thank you!!!

(16) Lisa, October 3, 2011 3:16 AM

I've waited a long time for this video......

The best meaning of Yom Kipper I ever heard!! G'mar Chatima Tova to you & your family!!

(15) Vittoria Hana, October 3, 2011 1:26 AM

Thank you

Thank you for the inspiration. Gmar tov

(14) Anonymous, October 2, 2011 11:14 PM

Super! Super! Super!

What a great way to look at how Hashem relates to us. Thank you soooo much for this video. I am going to send it to some who would benefit from it.

(13) Steve Cordova, October 2, 2011 10:07 PM

Very Good

That clarified for me something that I had already considered - that God is pushing me and putting so many obstacles in front of me so as to make me realize what I am capable of. Thanks.

(12) chana@jewishmom.com, October 2, 2011 9:33 PM

thanks charlie

I always adore these videos, they are always so powerful.

(11) Anonymous, October 2, 2011 8:05 PM

Excellent Message!

(10) RG, October 2, 2011 6:18 PM

Thank you for your wisdom and sweetness. A gmar tov!

(9) sharon shenker, October 2, 2011 5:29 PM

absolutely fantastic!

(8) Bracha Goetz, October 2, 2011 2:13 PM

Thank you!

This is wonderful!

(7) Anonymous, October 2, 2011 2:04 PM

no blue pill for me

that made me cry. beautiful.

(6) Sara Yoheved Rigler, October 2, 2011 1:45 PM

Before Yom Kippur, I want to thank Charlie Harary for all the inspiration and edification he has given me and the rest of Am Yisrael this past year. No one is able to communicate the deepest truths of Judaism as effectively as Mr. Harary. May he be sealed for a year of life, good health, parnassa, and everything he needs to continue his holy work.

(5) Anonymous, September 28, 2011 7:59 PM


Charley harary i love watching your videos ive been watching them for years in school and i always thought they were funny but until the past year i never realize how amazing you really are. you have really inspired me to be a better person and be closer to hashem and so far im on my way! ( i owe it partly to you!)

(4) Efrat, September 27, 2011 9:49 PM

Thank you

Dear Charlie Thank you for every single clip that your posting,you have no idea what it does to me!! Shana tova umetuka!!

(3) MoMass, September 26, 2011 6:44 PM


Yet again, Charlie, you hit it perfectly. Yashe koach and thank you. Shana tova.

(2) Daniel, September 26, 2011 5:43 PM


Simply great. Not the "pat-on-the-back" kind of 'great': Truly-inspiringly-great kind of great. Keep up the good work! :D

(1) Pup, September 26, 2011 5:20 PM

Other people can judge us according to Judaism. Other people can point the finger at us, that we are not living accordly to their understanding of Judaism. My take on why all the confessing of sins.


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