So, to my surprise, I really did finish the story of last Yom Kippur before this next one begins in a few hours. (There's still a postscript, to follow sometime soon.) It's been a challenging and fruitful ten Days of Awe, including a difficult rehearsal for Ne'ila that was, fortunately, followed the next day by a much better one. And my voice is almost back to normal. I could, of course, use another few weeks of preparation for the atoning and soul-searching part of the holiday, but that's always the case. I hope I can learn something tomorrow, in whatever state I may be.
G'mar chatima tovah ("be sealed and inscribed for goodness") to everyone, and may you have an easy fast.
And you also!
Ditto for me as well, aa. You have been an inspiration to me. Have an easy fast and a meaningful Yom Kippur...
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