Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Jewish new year 5775 begins now

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Here's the bakery man slicing and packing three different kinds of honey cake.
They will be gifts for the two different families here in Meitar  who invited me to Rosh Hashana  holiday dinner tonight and tomorrow.
The bakery and the flower shop were popular places this morning. 

Honey means we hope and pray for a sweet new year.

"May you be inscribed and sealed [in God's Book of Life] for a good year."

More about Rosh Hashana in previous posts:
Pomegranate symbol
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14 comments:

Spiderdama said...

Happy sweet new year Dina!:-)

jaz@octoberfarm said...

happy rosh hashana!

VP said...

Happy new year, Dina!

Birdman said...

"May you be inscribed and sealed [in God's Book of Life] for a good year."
This sounds like a fine way to approach the next 365.

yael said...

שנה טובה דינה

crystal said...

Happy New Year :)

Sara said...

Looks sweet and tasty. May your year be a sweet one also.

William Kendall said...

Happy New Year!

My mother occasionally baked honey cakes; I'd imagine they weren't that different from the ones here.

Hels said...

Let the new year be peaceful, for our families and for the rest of the world.

Nadege said...

Shana Tova Dina!

Kay said...

Happy Rosh Hashanah, Dina! We saw it on TV tonight and thought of you right away! We wish you a very happy and healthy new year.

Karl Demetz said...

Happy New Year, Dina!

Adullamite said...

"May you be inscribed and sealed [in God's Book of Life] for a good year."

Birdman said...

... but who's counting. Neat shot.