As the Jewish New Year approaches, many of us make apologies, ask for forgiveness, and we hope for a new year filled with health and happiness. But facing cancer can complicate the High Holidays. Maybe you can’t travel to spend the holidays with friends or family. Perhaps it is difficult to spend long periods of time at synagogue. And our concerns can extend beyond the practical. While facing such a difficult experience, are we expected to ask for forgiveness? How can we even think about the coming year, as we are still trying to get through the current one? Even the High Holiday liturgy can present challenges.
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