Posts Tagged ‘rosh hashanah’
Taking Time to Reflect – A Happy, Healthy, and Peaceful New Year!
New Year – 5781 Rosh Hashanah begins the Jewish New Year. This year 5781 begins on the Friday at sundown. 10 days later the worldwide Jewish community will observe Kom Kippur, which is the Day of Atonement. These 10 days are considered the High Holidays or Days of Awe and a time to reflect on…Read more
Best Wishes for a GOOD New Year by Sharing Goodness with Others!
I will preface this post by letting you know that my thoughts come from my Blue Heart and Brain! This Wednesday evening (September 20th), at sundown, begins the Jewish New Year celebration of Rosh Hashanah. Several years ago, I read an article written by Rabbi John L. Rosove in the Chicago Jewish News. The rabbi’s…Read more
Best Wishes for a GOOD New Year – 5774!
I will preface this post by letting you know that the words come from my Blue Heart and Brain! Last week, a High Holiday article written by Rabbi John L. Rosove in the Chicago Jewish News resonated with me. The rabbi wrote about about wishing others a “L shana tovah”. The literal translation for this Hebrew…Read more
Best Wishes For A “Good New Year – 5773!
“A Good Year”, “L’Shana Tova” is a traditional Hebrew greeting for the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. This year will begin the 5773! I also love the metaphor for the the longer Hebrew greeting, “L’Shana Tova, Ti’kateivu v’Tekhateimu!” Translated that means: “A Good Year, may you be Inscribed and Sealed in the Book of Life!”…Read more
A Writer’s Swamp Lesson
I apologize for not writting a blog post since September 27th. I did miss writing my posts. However, instead of Writer’s Cramp, I experienced “Writer’s Swamp”. It all began with… preparations for our family observance of Rosh Hashanah, followed by preparations for 3 What Color Is Your Brain? Programs in one week, observance of Yom Kippur with our family, reviewing and revising my new…Read more