Tuesday, October 03, 2006
Yom haKippurim
The day of atonement has come and gone. I was actually asked the question three times this year - "What do you wish someone on Yom Kippur?"

The answer is "tzom kal" (the tz is pronounced like the zz in pizza) which means "An easy (or meaningful) fast". You can always go by the old standby of a good new year.

This has been your public service announcement of the day.


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Blogger LeAnn said...

This might not apply, but on Yom Kippur, I was waiting for the results of the biopsy done on a spot on my face. I maintained. I found out the next day that it's a basal cell carcinoma, but the most treatable kind of skin cancer. I wasn't in shul, but I was praying, nonetheless.

Blogger Faith said...

Leann - just so you know - my husband has had many many many basal cell carcinomas burned off. He's fine. Even the one on his face was done so well I had forgotten it was there until you posted.

Wishing you a good doctor...

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