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Most Popular Happy Yom Kippur 2017 Wishes Quotes And Poems

Happy Yom Kippur 2017 Wishes Quotes And Poems :-hello my dear friends and visitors welcome again on my blog. we are today on this blog sharing with you some useful happy yom kippur  2017 wishes quotes and yom kippur 2017 poems i hope you will be like this post and sharing with  friends yom kippur is celebrated    based on the jewish calendar  which were the last day of the year. according to the jewish calendar , the yom kippur falls on the tishri periods of the jewish year and in the common calendar the date falls on 23rd of september 2017, this year.the dates of yom kippur does not remain the same in every year while the end of jewish year always fall either on the month of September October or November every year.we are  posted here yom kippur 2017 greetings its too useful post

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‘May it be Your will, Lord our God and God of our ancestors, that you renew for us a good and sweet year’ – Hebraic Berakhah

 ‘We meet today to thank Thee for the era done, and Thee for the opening one’ – John Greenleaf Whittier

 ‘The key to understanding the themes of Rosh Hashanah is the date. The Day of Judgment for the world was not chosen arbitrarily, but is specifically on this date — not because it is the first day of the year, but because it is the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve.’ – South Africa’s Chief Rabbi, Dr. Warren Goldstein

 ‘For many Jews, Rosh Hashanah and teshuvah are annual reminders of the possibility to renew relationships with God and with each other.’ – Rebecca Missel

 ‘Rosh Hashanah isn’t just about being new, it’s about a change.”’ – Max Levis

 ‘Rosh Hashana is steeped in ritual. We eat the head of a sheep or fish as a symbol of leadership and ascendency. We dip our challah and apple in honey in the hope of a sweet year.”’ – Rabbi Eliyahu Hoffmann

 ‘On one hand, we know that Rosh Hashanah is the Day of Judgment. The scales are poised. Each person is judged according to his deeds (or lack of them).’ – Binyomin Adilman

The traditional way to wish someone a Happy New Year in Hebrew is by saying ‘Shana Tova’.

In Hebrew this means ‘a good year’.

Some people also say Shanah Tovah Umetukah, meaning ‘a good and sweet year’ too.

 A wish for the New Year and always. Shalom!

 On Rosh Hashanah wishing you peace, happiness, good luck God’s blessing and success. L’shanah Tovah! Happy Rosh Hashanah!

 At the New Year, with special thoughts of you, and a wish that the year ahead will be filled with peace, happiness, and good health.

 Wishing you good health, happiness, peace and prosperity. Today and all through the year! L’shanah Tovah!

 On Rosh Hashanah it is written… On Yom Kippur it is sealed. May it be written and may it be sealed that you have a new year that brings fulfillment and happiness, peace and prosperity – all of life’s very best things. Have a Happy, Healthy New Year!

 May this New Year be filled with health and happiness, and sweet moments for you and your family. L’shanah Tovah!

 May this New Year be sweet, healthy and happy. L’shanah Tovah! Happy Rosh Hashanah!
 May your home light up with joy. Happy Rosh Hashanah!

 When you look into your heart as the New Year starts, may you discover a new sense of possibility, a new belief in the gifts you have to share, and a renewed commitment to your faith and your dreams. Happy Rosh Hashanah!

 A day of joy, a time of hope, a year of happiness. Wishing you peace at Rosh Hashanah and always.

Happy Yom kippur Poems 2017 


Yom Kippur these days means fish.
He likes fish after his fast;
herring, ice-grey, stick-rolled.
Baked, fried, chopped hake or cod,
or whiting from autumn shops.

Yom Kippur afternoon he reads
`Jonah`. The way his father always did it.
The words are old patterns on wall-paper
in a room in the unchanged house.

Onion-eyed, fish-handed, I see
my bared breath on stainless steel.
Glinting, his fish lies diagonal, stiff
beside my reflection. I push it under
the tap. Its eyes catch wet sunshine.

All I have left, God, is a fish.

All you seem to have left me is a fish. 

Silver entrails invite me.
Instead of chopping a fish
I`m in one.
Is this a fish that offers blessings?
In its giant hollows
caverns pulsate with blood.
Eggs spread in clouds
out into the ocean.

The deeper you go in
the quieter it gets.

Open a Gate for Us.
Near the end they sing about gates.
`Petach Lanu Sha`ar.` Open a gate for us.

I think of all the gates I`ve opened,
or not opened. And I want to be a gate;
to swing, squeaking, and let people through;
to slam, iron-hard, and keep people out.

Or in. Let me be grilles and bars for ever.

Or hinges - skilled, oiled, complex, secure.

Then, when I am at my hungriest, though not
feeling hunger, light-headed, drained of days,
I think of the dream I had when I was
a child and didn`t know what it meant.

I came into a large hall. Far away,
the other side of it, I saw a door.
That door grew bigger, brighter, and smaller,
more diminutive, both at the same time.

I woke up knowing something
but not what.
After the Fast.

Dusk falls and it`s all over. I go home
past children playing in the autumn cool,.
In just enough light to catch sycamores by,
they polish conkers in their small hands.

I pick one up.  An uneven globe, a chunky seed.
A child`s weapon; and a burnished promise.


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