L'shanah tovah tikatev v'taihatem!

The title of this post translates:

A good and sweet year to you,
may you be written and sealed for a good year!

Rosh Hashanah has begun! I'm late in posting this (long after sundown) but on the Christian calendar this was neither a holy day nor a holiday so I've been busy!

For background on this celebration of the Jewish New Year, take a look at Judaism 101.

A Happy New Year to our Jewish neighbors!

Rosh Hashanah in a Nutshell


1 comment:

  1. I think there's alot of us that need to engage in intense introspection. Thanks for the lesson. ROB


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