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Toronto, Ontario Canada
Friday, October 3
Eve of Yom Kippur
Light Candles at: 6:37 pm
Shabbat, October 4
Yom Kippur
Shabbat/Holiday Ends: 7:35 pm
Wednesday, October 8
Eve of First day Sukkot
Light Candles at: 6:28 pm
Thursday, October 9
Eve of Second day Sukkot
Light Candles after: 7:27 pm
Friday, October 10
Light Candles at: 6:25 pm
Shabbat, October 11
Shabbat Ends: 7:23 pm
Wednesday, October 15
Eve of Shemini Atzeret
Light Candles at: 6:16 pm
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Still Rock Bottom

Sometimes reaching higher is not enough. Sometimes you need to touch the very core of your soul. And there are two ways to do that:

One is by hitting rock bottom.

The other is by realizing that as high as you may have climbed, relative to where you really belong, this is still rock bottom.

Maamar Vekibel Hayehudim 5738.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.