What Does It Mean to Say “I’m Sorry”? (An Interfaith Voices Interview with Rabbi Rachel Gartner)

Check out this wonderful podcast from Interfaith Voices with special guest, Rabbi Rachel Gartner (new window), Director of Jewish Life.

This year, as Yom Kippur gets closer, a lot of people have been asking Rabbi Rachel Gartner the same question: What’s the best way to apologize to someone? Every fall, Jews are supposed to say they’re sorry to people they’ve wronged–face to face or over the phone. It’s one way of honoring the central message of the annual Day of Atonement, when Jews seek forgiveness for their misdeeds and make amends to do better next year.

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