Yom Kipur at Hadar: Intro

I went to Hadar for Yom Kipur again this year. See last year’s post here. Last year, I wrote:

To those of you who were worried that I was unhealthily smug, worry not. My day of davening at Hadar was the most humbling prayer experience of my life.

And it happened again. I spend all year in places where I am either the most liturgically knowledgeable person in the room or it’s easy to convince myself that I am. At Hadar, any attempt to convince myself of that would be remarkably hard and stupid. So that’s refreshing and, again, humbling.

In three parts, my full eleventy-seven thoughts about YK at Hadar this year: Part I here, Part II here, Part III here.

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