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New Year’s Resolutions In September


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We are currently in the midst of the Ten Days of Repentance. There is no period during the Jewish calendar year that is more conducive to spiritual renewal. When it comes to rebuilding our individual relationships with God, we all have some work to do. By setting realistic goals for ourselves, we stand the best chance of achieving the outcomes we desire.

Rabbi Akiva Males

About the Author: Rabbi Akiva Males served as rabbi of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s Kesher Israel Congregation from 2007 to 2016. He and his wife have just relocated to Memphis, Tennessee, where he will serve as rabbi of the Young Israel of Memphis.


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