A Belated Shannah Tovah Umetukah (A Good and Sweet Year!)

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I know, I’m a day and a half late.   So sue me!   Technically the Jewish New Year began Wednesday evening, 20th September at Sundown and ends Friday evening,  22nd September, at sundown.  (The custom is to have two days for each holiday since one isn’t really sure about the calendar.)

This is year 5778 since God created Adam and Eve, which is the beginning (we disregard the earlier 5 or 6 days).    And with that, Shannah Tovah Umetukah–have a good and sweet year!

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  1. ps–The image is of a man blowing the ram’s horn (the “shofar”), which is a traditional way of announcing the New Year and emphasizing the New Year blessings. See here

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