1. The theme of Erev Yom Kippur is to unite the eating of Erev Yom Kippur with the fasting of Yom Kippur. Tzedakah connects a person to the loftiest level and also to the simplest state. Yom Kippur, like Matan Torah, has the power of closeness and visual verification. On Yom Kippur the Jew stands in his corporeality and is compared to an angel.
2. In the Laws of Yom Kippur, the Rambam infers the unity of the sublime and the mundane. The personal Divine service on Yom Kippur must be performed by the Yechidah level of the soul.
3. The lottery between the “LeHashem” and the “L’Azazel” goat really represented two levels of good; direct good and the good which is converted from bad to good.
4. All the letters of the Aleph-Bais begin words of blessing which are generated when one Jew blesses another. This is especially so in a setting when many Jews gather.