World Religious Tradition
October 24, 2011
Yom Kippur is a Jewish holiday we often don’t hear or talk about it but it is during the “ten days” Jewish worship week. It is special for the Jewish holiday; the importance of Yom Kippur in the Jewish religion. Yom Kippur it occurs once a year, The Jews take Yom Kippur very serious because they repent their sins from the year before. They tend to wear certain things and certain color when Yom Kippur holiday hits. During Yom Kippur holiday in the Jewish Religious, they do a lot different things to celebrate this holiday such as fasting and confessing. Yom Kippur is one of the holiest days of the year for the Jewish ...view middle of the document...
For god to be able to forgive the people for their transgressions, they must fast, pray, and repent. On the holiday of Yom Kippur, people fast for 25 hours, when the people fast they begins the day before Yom Kippur and continues onto the day of Yom Kippur.
The holiday Yom Kippur, Jewish people go to a Synagogue, to pray and worship majority of the day. On the day of Yom Kipper they must wear all white when going into the Synagogue, to represent purity of the soul, and show that they are committed to repenting their sins. An important thing Jewish practiced on this day is to make a vow of your choice to God and follow through for the year to come, another important thing that is practiced, it confession. There are two types of confessions, Ashamnu and Al Cheit. Ashamnu. Ashamnu usually confesses more general things and Al Cheit confesses more specific things. Yom Kippur ends by the shutting off the cabinet in the Synagogue. The cabinet contains the scrolls that the Torah is kept on. This service is the last chance to get God to alter his decree. At the end of this holiday is closed, by a blow on the...