Hilary Waller remembers begging her mother to let her fast on Yom Kippur. At 10 years old she was a bit too young, but embracing the rigid discipline seemed desperately important.
“It felt like I was practicing not eating. It was something that was reassuring and gave me strength and a sense of pride,” said Waller, a 28-year-old teacher at a religious school in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.
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