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Shanah Tovah! A sweet new year to all our Jewish TCS'ers!

Chag Somayach! Happy holiday!
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Happy New Year! Shalome!
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Thank-you!! Happy & Healthy New Year to all on TCS!!
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Happy New Year!!
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Happy Rosh Hashanah! Blessings to you in the New Year!
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Happy New Year!
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Blessings and Peace to all-
post #8 of 21
Happy New Year and Shanah Tovah! I hope everyone has lots of honey and apples to welcome the year!!
post #9 of 21
we live near a synagoge and the local roads here are chocca with cars,and 100s of ppl going to the synagoge,and i spelt that wrong im really sorry
oh happy new year
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Happy New Year
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Happy New Year!
post #12 of 21
L'shanah tovah to all!!

...My daughter told me there was no school today because of Rosh Hashanah....I had to call and make sure!

I wish there was no work.
post #13 of 21
Happy New Year!!!
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Happy New Year!
post #15 of 21
Happy New Year!
Is shabbat shalom an appropriate thing to say? It's the only Jewish phrase I know......I think it's a blessing of some sort, but I don't know the translation.
post #16 of 21
Blessings & Peace in the new year.
post #17 of 21
L'shanah tovah!
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Leli
Happy New Year!
Is shabbat shalom an appropriate thing to say? It's the only Jewish phrase I know......I think it's a blessing of some sort, but I don't know the translation.

The term "Shabbat Shalom" is generally used to wish someone peace and tranquility for Sabbath...Friday sundowns ending Saturday sundowns.

Rosh Hashana marks the Jewish New Year to be followed by Yom Kippur...the highest of all holy days...the day of atonement. Yom Kippur begins next Wednesday night with a large dinner and following with a fast. You break fast on Thursday evening.
post #19 of 21
Warm wishes for a sweet New Year!
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Originally Posted by leesali
The term "Shabbat Shalom" is generally used to wish someone peace and tranquility for Sabbath...Friday sundowns ending Saturday sundowns.

Rosh Hashana marks the Jewish New Year to be followed by Yom Kippur...the highest of all holy days...the day of atonement. Yom Kippur begins next Wednesday night with a large dinner and following with a fast. You break fast on Thursday evening.
Ah, I see. Thanks for the info!
post #21 of 21
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I hope those of you who celebrate Rosh Hoshanah enjoyed lots of honey and apples to bring in the new year! And to those who celebrate both nights, I hope it was extra sweet.

Though I don't follow Judaism in a traditional way (as I'm not Jewish), I will be doing my own form of teshuvah until Yom Kippur, in hopes that those I have wronged over the year will forgive me for anything I may done to hurt them.

It started yesterday with my ex boyfriend, who I contacted after many months of being split. I'm glad I did it. Seeking forgiveness is something I really should aspire to throughout the year.

And shabbat shalom to any who are shomer shabbos!
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