Why is Yom Kippur the happiest day of the year?

The Mishna refers to Yom Kippur as one of the two happiest days of the year. The Gemara explains that it’s a day of forgiveness for our misdeeds, the opportunity to begin our lives afresh, free from the mistakes and wrongdoings of the past.

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Posted on 13 September 2018 in Audio, Your Parsha