I will need to write about my preparation for Rosh Hashana – after the holiday. I can tell you that the days leading up to the holiday are as different here in Israel from the US as the holiday is itself.
It is a time for me to be thinking constantly of my old friends, and to be grateful for the new ones we are making.
It is a time for me to throw off the yoke of mundane logistics and setup, and focus on the big picture; the things that truly matter.
May we all be celebrating this time next year in Jerusalem Habenuya…. and may I have a couch by then.
I hope you can forgive me if I have blogged anything at all to hurt of offend, or if I have upset you by simply neglecting my blogging duties altogether.
I hope this is a year of growth and love, mazal and mastery, overcoming and overflowing, health and happiness for you and your family. .