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Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for Jewish people has just ended. Known as the day of atonement, it is the day to ask God for forgiveness for all your sins. In other words, it is confession time. It is a solemn day, yet there is joy in it because Jews believe that God is accepting repentance and forgiving our sins. Catholics and people of many other religions engage in confession on a weekly basis, sometimes daily.
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