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Yom Kippur and The Reality of Death

Yom Kippur and The Reality of Death

Grief, Death and Yom Kippur Death and grief find meaning for Jewish people during Yom Kippur.  It is a day of atonement but through that also a day where mortality is recognized. In the article below, Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz discusses the importance of Yom Kippur and its relationship with death and grief in the article ” An Encounter with Death and Life”.  (Found in the JewishJournal.com) Mitah v’Yom HaKippurim Michaprin.” The two ways to truly atone are Death and Yom Kippur. But are the two really so different? On Yom Kippur, we reject food and drink, similar to one close to