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Forty days before Yom Kippur, Moshe went up to Sinai, and after forty days he returned with the second set of Tablets and with Hashem’s announcement: “I have forgiven!” During Moshe’s “negotiations” with Hashem, Moshe was commanded twice (Shemot 33:21; ibid. 34:1-2): “v’nitzavta …” (you shall stand).

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What's prohibited on a parent's Yahrtzeit?

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Is there anything one is not allowed to do on a parent's yahrzeit?

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Ashkenazim can't attend weddings from the night before (=the beginning of) the Yahrtzeit, but some say this is just the 1st Yahrtzeit (when all of the laws of mourning of the 12 months still apply). Many fast on their parents Yahrtzeit. Some have the custom of not listening to happy music.

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