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Discussion in 'Holidays & Traditions' started by Lon Tanner, Sep 29, 2019.
Thanks Lon!!! In the Biblical calendar, it is year 5780.
To all our Jewish friends:
Yom Kippur is also important!
(at least that's what Benjamin Netanyahu told me...)
BB is always right!!
I think he's a fantastic leader, even though he gets constantly attacked by the liberals much like Trump does.
I would like to wish all that celebrate the Jewish New Year a very ......... Shana Tova....
Never seen it celebrated here but to each his own.
love your signature keep up the good work!
It's called ROSH HASHANAH
Oh ,in that case I have heard about it like Jewissh holiday for our Christmas is Hannaka ..Thanks.
Happy New Year to all who are celebrating beginning this evening!
Shana Tova, Steve. May your blessings flow like a river and your troubles flow like a leaky faucet.
My daughter-in-law also celebrates all of the Jewish holidays, and she has a beautiful Shofar (ram’s horn) which she blows for celebration. When we were out in Idaho visiting last month, she showed me how it works; but it is not just a matter of blowing into the horn, and I didn’t have any luck at making any noise with it. I loved listening to her blow it though.
This is the one that she has.
Wow Yvonne... is that ever a beautiful one..
I am used to the plain traditional ones..
I tried to blow it and it isn't easy.. Takes some practice..