Gal Gadot wishes her followers a meaningful Yom Kippur

'I am sorry if I ever hurt your feelings'

Gal Gadot (photo credit: REUTERS)
Gal Gadot
(photo credit: REUTERS)
Israeli superstar Gal Gadot might not be home for the holidays this year but she’s still feeling their impact.
On Tuesday Gadot posted an image on Instagram of the sun shining through the clouds above the beach.

“No filter needed,” she wrote. “Just took this photo. Today is Yom Kippur. A day when you open your heart and forgive. A day when you do self-examination. So I am sorry if I ever hurt your feelings. I am grateful to the world and to the people in my life. And just like this beam of light, I hope this year we’ll always try to shine light. It spreads and reflects and making the world positive and brighter. GMAR HATIMA TOVA.”
Last week, Gadot also sent out a Rosh Hashanah message, wishing her followers the ability to “always enjoy the simple things in life, be happy with what we have and respectful to each other. May we accept and appreciate those who are different and see the beauty in that. May we LOVE, LAUGH AND see the world through kids eyes. I wish you all a great happy and healthy New Year!!”
Earlier this year, Gadot spent Passover in Israel with her family, and last year came home to celebrate Rosh Hashanah with local friends. But this year, amid her busy work schedule and filming for the Wonder Woman sequel, Gadot doesn’t seem to have found time for a visit.
Perhaps it will be next year in Jerusalem.