“Harry Potter’s” Draco Malfoy is doing it. So is “Glee’s” Sue Sylvester.
The creators of the 10Q project are hoping tens of thousands of other followers will join actors Tom Felton and Jane Lynch in “digitally rebooting” the Jewish High Holy Days.
Tonight at sundown, the 10 Days of Awe begin with Rosh Hashana, also known as the Jewish new year, and wrap up Sept. 18 with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
Although it’s one of the most important Jewish religious observances, not all of the faithful participate in the spiritual custom of attending synagogue or gathering with friends.
That’s where the 10Q project comes in. A nonprofit, New York-based group created a website, www.doyou10Q.com, asking participants questions designed to make them think about things they celebrate, regret and hope to change.
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