on Yom Kippur it is Sealed

September 18, 2018

‘May it be Your will, O Lord our G-d, to grant us long life, a life of peace, a life of good, a life of blessing, a life of sustenance, a life of bodily vigor, a life in which there is fear of sin, a life free from shame and confusion, a life of riches and honor, a life in which we may be filled with the love of Torah and the fear of heaven, a life in which Thou will fulfill all the desires of our heart for good!’ (R. Hiyya)

For my family, friends, and clients, near and far, real and virtual, may it be a year of peace, prosperity, health, and joy. I thank each and every one of you for the gifts of love, friendship, wisdom, and faith.

It is our tradition to ask forgiveness for sins that we have committed against another person whether knowingly or unknowingly; by action or inaction; by deed or omission; or for failing to treat you with the respect you deserve. I ask your forgiveness, as I forgive you.

May you be sealed for a year of fulfillment & joy, peace & prosperity, and health & wisdom.

G’mar chatima tova!

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