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September 2019 ......................... Elul 5779 - Tishrei 5780 ......................... Volume 14 Issue 9

Rosh Hashana Fun Facts

Angela Kunkel
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Angela Renee Kunkel

 


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  Celebrating the Holy One’s feast days are always an exciting time of the year. This month we have the opportunity to rejoice and observe Rosh Hashanah. This month we have put together some interesting facts about Rosh Hashanah that you may or may not be familiar with. Enjoy!

Heads up!
Rosh Hashanah does not mean “Happy New Year” but means “Head of the Year”. Just like the head is the source of the life force of a person which delegates function to each organ of the body, so also is Rosh Hashanah. Within this Holy day is the “life force” for the upcoming year. We should be encouraged to use every moment of the two days of Rosh Hashanah in a positive way to set the precedent for this upcoming new year.

  Blow the Shofar!
The central observance of Rosh Hashanah is listening to the blowing of the shofar (rams horn). Tradition is to hear a total of 100 blasts. These are considered cries of compassion and mercy in the hope of opening closed hearts and turning them toward repentance.

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