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Here’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day.
See how familiar you are with the most sacred day on the Jewish calendar…
It is customary to ask for and receive "lekach" (sweet cake -- signifying a sweet year) from someone (usually one's mentor or parent) on the day before Yom Kippur.
Yom Kippur, “the day of atonement,” is a Jewish fast, held on the day Moses achieved complete forgiveness for the People of Israel after the Sin of the Golden Calf.
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