Yom Kippur, which is also known as “Day of Atonement” is starting on the evening of 15 September and will end in the evening of 16 September this year. Let us tell you, Yom Kippur falls after 10 days of Hebrew New Year which is also known as Rosh Hashanah. On the day of Yom Kippur, Jewish people takes fast for 24 hours, Sundown to Sundown. The day is one of the holiest day of Judaism religion. On Yom Kippur people exchanges greetings with each other but not be saying “Happy Yom Kippur”. This is the wrong phrase. G’MAR CHATIMAH TOVA, phrase is used to greet each other.
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I wish your life be sealed for a prosperous and joyful year with your loved ones. Blessed Yom Kippur!
Here I am wishing you an easy yet most meaningful fast. Let seal fate with pure obedience to God.
May you have a great year in store for you. Sending my warm wishes for you on this Yom Kippur. May you find God’s blessing in everything you do!
God is always there to bless His children with endless mercy. May your fasting be easy and may your sins be forgiven on this day. Blessed Yom Kippur!
Hope you get through this day easily and you’re fasting brings good results. Happy Yom Kippur.
“Yom Kippur is Gods way of allowing us to “recalculate” the course of our lives.” – Shimon Apisdorf
“God has given us the choice between life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore, choose life!” – Rabbi Debra Orenstein
“When Jews appear for Divine judgment, the angels say to them: “Don’t be afraid, the Judge… is your Father.” – Midrash Tehillim
I hope you find everlasting peace and glory on this holy day. And all your prayers be answered with rewards and your repentance with mercy. Blessed Yom Kippur to you!