To all our friends who celebrate this new year - Happy Rosh Hashanah.
The apples and honey invite a sweet year, and the pomegranate symbolizes all the good things that will happen during the year.
I love celebrating a new year, and living in the USA, many of us celebrate several new year holidays!
Our celebrations start with the New Year on January 1st, then the Chinese New Year later in January or February, and being that we have Persian friends, we also love the Persian new year in March -Nowruz. I work with a wonderful group of friends in India and they celebrate the Diwali, or Festival of Lights, which coincide with the Hindu New Year in April. And now after a bit of a break, another wonderful celebration for a new year - Rosh Hashanah.
Take a look at the Green facts for fun facts about the holiday!
May this year bring sweetness and much goodness ❤️
- Goodman, P. (Ed.). (2018). The Rosh Hashanah Anthology. U of Nebraska Press. Book
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