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4) We must verbally ask the Almighty to forgive us.

night of Tisha B'Av, we sit on low stools (as a sign of our mourning) in the synagogue.

One is forbidden to eat or drink, bathe, use moisturizing creams or oils, wear leather shoes or have marital relations.

The idea is to minimize pleasure and to let the body feel the distress the soul should feel over these tragedies.

Torah is the heart, soul and lifeblood of the Jewish people. Learning leads to understanding and understanding leads to doing. Learning Torah gives a great joy of understanding life.

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