What would likely be surprising to most people is the fact that the tradition of bearing flags is rooted in Judaism and symbolizes one's unique mission.

Yom Kippur is known as the Day of Atonement, the day when we are forgiven for our sins. It's not a simple, magical ritual that automatically wipes the slate clean.

The most famous story involving Joseph is probably the one about the mysterious coat that his father had given him. Although it is widely assumed to be “a coat of many colors,” this might not be so.