Friday, October 7, 2011

Gemar Chasima Tova! Chassidus for Yom Kippur

Our sages said that on Erev Shabbos one must ask those in his home the following 3 questions:
Isartem, Eravtem, Hadliku es HaNer -
Did you remove the one tenth tithe of Maaser from fruits? Did you make an Eruv mixing the domains? Please light the candles!
I heard that they can also be applied to our teshuva Process! These are the three opportunities for returning to Hashem:
Isartem - from the wording of ten refers to the Aseres Yamey Teshuva - Ten Days of Repentence between RoshHaShanna and Yom Kippur
If you delayed Teshuva then Eravtem - meaning Erev Yom Kippur, you can still repent on Yom Kippur
Hadliku Es HaNer- if you have still tarried in your Teshuva you can still do Teshuvah till Channukah (see Bnei Yissaschar)
May we all be zoche to do Teshuva and merit a Gemar Chasima Tova
A healthy happy sweet new years, signed and signed with our family and friends for life, health and happines Amen!
Kol Tuv,
R' Tal Moshe Zwecker
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