Thursday, September 29, 2011

L'shanah tovah

 Tashlikh

5 comments:

Michael Kline said...

I don't get it? I even tried google translation.

;-(

JUDI TAVILL said...

Michael:
L'shana tovah... hebrew for Happy New Year... Shana Tova (pronounced [ʃaˈna toˈva]) is the traditional greeting on Rosh Hashanah which in Hebrew means "A Good Year." (שנה טובה)basically...The ritual of tashlikh is performed on the afternoon of the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Prayers are recited near natural flowing water, and one's sins are symbolically cast into the water. Many also have the custom to throw bread or pebbles into the water, to symbolize the "casting off" of sins.
Today is Rosh Hashana.
Jenny: LShana tova tikoteivu- may you all be inscribed and sealed for a good year!

Michael Kline said...
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Michael Kline said...

Thank you Judi!

Jenny Mendes said...

Yes, thanks Judi! And see you in December!!