“Traditions: Eating of apples dipped in honey to signify the traditional greeting Jewish people say at this time of year ~ Shanah Tovah ~ which means ‘have a good (or sweet) year’.” (1)
We celebrated with apples and honey and recited the Jewish blessings.
Here are a couple of the Rosh Hashanah blessings:
The idea of the 10 Days of Awe really got me thinking. I also did a little more reading on the subject. These 10 days are a time to be set aside for introspection−a time of deep soul searching and repentance.
The third of the fall feasts is Sukkot, also called the Feast of Tabernacles <> sundown September 27-October 4.
©Connie Wohlford 2015