A relationship worksheet for Yom Kippur

1 Oct
This Yom Kippur, reflect on relationships that are important to you. Complete each sentence and share them in person with people important to you.

This Yom Kippur, reflect on relationships that are important to you. Complete each sentence and share them in person with people important to you.

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  1. Remembering Lincoln, Remembering Our Loved Ones | Rabbi Ed Bernstein - April 9, 2015

    […] in the Haggadah, there are also four statements that we should express to those close to us: “I’m sorry,” “I forgive you,” “Thank you” and “I lo… Saying these phrases with specific examples of each to people close to us, particularly where there […]

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