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The yahrzeit is a time of remembering the dead by reciting the Kaddish, lighting a 24-hour candle, and remembering the person who has died. (source: http://www.myjewishlearning.com/life/Life_Events/Death_and_Mourning/Burial_and_Mourning/Yahrzeit.shtml)

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South African Jews also use the expression "I wish you a long life" as a response to mourners. I have been told by some that should only be said after a funeral, not after the news of the death, but I …
answered Aug 5 '16 by Fran