Yom Kippur 5773 Lunch Menu
Why do Jews celebrate the new year in Autumn?
The Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur holiday of spiritual atonement – is a day of soul-searching, forgiveness, and fasting. No food or drink is consumed by the observant for a period of 25 hours, from sunset on one day, until 1 hour past sunset on the next day, and comes 8 days after the New Year of the cyclical lunar calendar New Year.
For the holiday, Laughzilla penned this greeting card for all who wish to share the laughs while reflecting over prayers, empty plates and dry cups.
This Yom Kippur cartoon titled The Yom Kippur Lunch Menu was drawn during the bridge day leading up to Yom Kippur 5773 by Laughzilla and published by Oy Vey on September 25, 2012