Ritual to End Yom Kippur
After 24 hours of asking, Yom Kippur ends with a declaration and a shout. We make a proclamation, then consider it done.
Write three intentions you have for the year ahead, then read them out loud. You can recite them multiple times. The traditional formula is 1, 3 and 7.
Intention #1 1x
Intention #2 3x
Intention #3 7x
Then the shofar is sounded one final, long, loud blast. If you cannot hear a shofar, shout as loud as you can for as long as you can.
Next year may we all be free!
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