Rosh Hashanah Formal Greetings

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It occupies the first two days of the month Tishrei. The name Rosh Hashanah means "head of the year" in Hebrew. The first day of the holiday is the most important because it is a day to be spent in prayer and contemplation as well as a day to celebrate with family.

Rosh Hashanah formal greetings
Rosh Hashanah formal greetings

Prayers for forgiveness called selichot are said during synagogue services, and the shofar (ram's horn) is blown to symbolically awaken the faithful. After services, some Jews also take part in a tashlich ceremony by gathering at a body of water like a pond or stream to cast away their sins by throwing bread crumbs in and repeating silent prayers.

Food also plays a significant role in Rosh Hashanah. Challah bread, a staple at the Sabbath supper, is served. Unlike the usual oblong loaf, the Rosh Hashana challah is round, symbolizing the circle of life. Sweets are thought to symbolize wishes for a sweet new year and it's for this reason that Jews will often dip apples in honey on Rosh Hashanah.


Rosh Hashanah 2017 in Israel will begin in the evening of
Wednesday, 20 September
and ends in the evening of
Friday, 22 September
It is customary to send Jewish New Year greetings until Yom Kippur 2017 in Israel will begin in the evening of
Friday, 29 September
and ends in the evening of
Saturday, 30 September
Your Jewish friend or co-worker is celebrating Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. How should you greet him or her? What gift should you give?
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