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On Yom Kippur, we are all in recovery. Recovery of our true selves. Look beneath the stormy waves of life, beyond the failures, the guilt, and the pride. Beneath the surface dwells a calm, pure soul that only desires to fulfill the divine purpose for which it came to this place. To run to do a mitzvah. To absorb the wisdom of Torah. To find an infinite G‑d in all you do...

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