Do you want to remove all your recent searches?

All recent searches will be deleted

Watch fullscreen

Yom Kippur Traditions and Customs: Explained

Wibbitz Top Stories
Wibbitz Top Stories
9 days ago|80 views
Yom Kippur Traditions
and Customs: Explained Yom Kippur, which translates to
The Day of Atonement, is considered
the holiest day of the year. On Yom Kippur, those of the Jewish faith
divorce themselves as much as possible
from the “mundane world.” They are also encouraged to make
amends and apologize for sins they've
committed in the past year. Aside from fasting for 25 hours,
Yom Kippur is observed by following
a number of traditions and customs. 1. Wearing White 2. Abstaining From Leather 3. Performing
Charitable Acts 4. Abstaining From
Bathing or Washing 5. Performing the
Kaparot Ceremony 6. Abstaining from
Ointment, Lotions or Creams 7. Smelling Spices 8. Abstaining
From Intercourse

Browse more videos