Repentance, Forgiveness, Personal Change
Entering the Days of Awe with Mechon Hadar

Elie Kaunfer, Shai Held

Judaism places enormous emphasis on personal change-- but changing can seem impossibly hard, even when we sincerely want to. Forgiveness is essential to human flourishing, but it is also confusing: whom should we forgive, and under what circumstances? The liturgy for the Days of Awe is majestic and inspiring, but it can also be alienating and off-putting. Mechon Hadar joined the EDCJCC for a half-day workshop of passionate and open-hearted discussions about many of the most crucial questions Jews ask during the High Holidays. Source Sheets from September 25, 2016.

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