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Rosh Hashanah

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Rosh Hashanah: (lit. “head of the year”); the solemn New Year holiday, falling on 1 and 2 Tishrei, and beginning the ten Days of Repentance.
The sweetness that we hope for in the new year will, in part, come from how sweet we choose to see our lives, and how much we work to sweeten the lives of others...
I know G‑d doesn't need any "reminders" about the essential value of His children. But, nevertheless, I thought He might appreciate a few snapshots of the year in review, from my small perspective...
Ever notice that some people bring out the best in you? You are more kind, caring and patient in their presence, and it’s even reflected in your conversations. Then there are others who bring out the worst in us. In their presence, our words reveal anger,...
Dear readers, Several weeks ago, I received a memorable e‑mail. It was from someone who years ago had attended the same school as I. We were never particularly close, and I had completely lost touch with her. She had just read my most recent book and want...
G-d not only desires to have a world with people, G-d wants an intimate relationship with each one of us.
by Miri
Miri tells the story of a neshamah that came down to earth to shine light, but got into big trouble instead—and how a shofar rescued the neshamah from despair.
Dear Friend, The most important part of the Rosh Hashanah service is hearing the shofar. Even if you can’t attend the entire service, be sure to hear the shofar. And if you can’t get out at all, see if your Chabad rabbi can pay you a “house call.” What ab...
We get a fish head, some fruit (and tired)
We picked out two juicy pomegranates (just in case one of them turns out to be a lemon).
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, a time for rethinking and celebration of the new beginning.
Artist’s Statement: Channeling the energy of the shofar, The blast of the shofar should fill our lives with blessings–in full color.
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