Saying “I’m Sorry” is not always easy. It can be uncomfortable or downright embarrassing. Still, we learn from the Talmud that on Yom Kippur, for the ways we have harmed others, the holy day does not atone until we make peace with that other person.
Kindergarten students from Congregation Or Ami’s Mishpacha Family Alternative program, led by Mishpacha Coordinators (HUC students) Sarah Lauing and Lisa Berney, made this video to begin the work of teshuva (repenting our mistakes). Teshuva never looked cuter!