10/13/17 "The High Holidays"

It’s an interesting note that the high holidays are before the long winter, as if to prepare us for the upcoming storm. We began with Rosh Hashana, a Godly holiday, dedicated to recognizing one above, who is our king and maker. Then we pass on to Yom Kippur; as all you know, a day of atonement, a day of reckoning! A day of us, and our future. Sukkot seals the deal with, a completion of the two, one side us and our ways, sy they be at business, marriage and friendships and the other side Hashem, and we attempt to combine the two. Hopefully bringing us to high joy that we can carry thoughout the winter.

Good Shabbos!


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