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Today is the last day of 5766, and sunset will mark the beginning of a new year, 5767.
It will also mark the beginning of the Ten Days of Repentance, which culminate in Yom Kippur.
During this time, Jews all over the world will take stock of the last year, what we did wrong and what we did right, and pray that the coming year be filled with blessing, health, success, and accomplishment, both physically and spiritually.
I’d like to take the time to wish all my readers, Jewish and non-Jewish alike, a good and sweet new year, filled with happiness, good health, prosperity, and success in all your endeavors.
Personally, along with the above-mentioned, I’ll be praying for an end to the stalemate known as my work situation, and that Michelle gets her just desserts.
Rosh Hashanah lasts for two days, so there won’t be any posts from sunset tonight, until after sunset Sunday.
For those who don’t observe the holiday, have a wonderful weekend.


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