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How I Approach the Jewish New Year as Someone With OCD

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This week marks the transition between the two major Jewish holidays, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Rosh Hashanah (between the evenings of September 6 to September 8) is for joyously celebrating the new year.

We eat apples and honey to hope for a sweet year. Yom Kippur (between the evenings of September 15 to September 16) is then more serious and focused on atoning for wrongdoings.

As a whole, the two holidays are about reflecting on how you spent the past year, and how can you be better in this next year.

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