On Yom Kippur we finish wishing one another a sweet new year and instead greet with "gmar hatima tova," may we be sealed for the good in the book of life.
I feel very well today and look forward to sharing the pre-fast meal with good friends, attending Kol Nidre services this evening, and to effectively appealing to our congregation for their continued financial and volunteer support. (I'll post my remarks after the holiday.) Tomorrow I hope to feel well enough to lead the congregation in the Yizkor service.
So, gmar hatima tova, I wish us all a year sealed for life.