The Busy Jewish Woman

Women’s Viduy Card

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All too often, we find ourselves going through the motions in the machzor, mindlessly pounding our chests without truly connecting to the words we recite. This Viduy card aims to change that. By highlighting areas where we might better ourselves, it fosters a deeper, more meaningful connection to the core themes of the prayer.

As the centerpiece of our Yom Kippur prayers, Viduy is recited five times. With this card in hand, you'll have confidently fulfilled this central mitzvah, even if the demands of childcare occupy much of your day.

Crafted with practicality in mind, each card is laminated, ensuring durability against the day's messes. It serves not only as an enlightening guide but also as a handy bookmark for your machzor. Whether you're praying at home or in shul, this card is the perfect companion, enhancing every moment of your Yom Kippur davening.

Originally written by Rav Menachem Nissel under the guidance of Rav Shternbuch, and thoughtfully translated and abridged into English by Rabbi Yitzchak Feigenbaum, this card presents Viduy in a manner that resonates with women.