We developed these resources to help you, your family and community enhance your Rosh Hashana experience and begin the New Year with meaning. We wish you a Shana Tova, a year of health, happiness, peace and prosperity. As always we welcome your feedback and would love to hear how these impacted and added to your celebration.
Rosh Hashana A to Z
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Investing Time – Ten life-changing principles from Rabbi Sacks as we approach Rosh Hashanah
We were so moved by this http://bit.ly/2oMRyXC article by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks that we created this infographic.
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We also include these resources for the Eseret Yemei Teshuva and Yom Kippur now to give you adequate time to prepare and to use them with your family, students and community.
Creative Ways to Give an Apology
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5 Truths about Forgiveness
6 Helpful Tips for your Yom Kippur Fast
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