Sunday, September 20, 2009

L'shanah Tovah 5770!

Honey and Apples for you my friends.

Happy New Year To All Of My Readers!

The 25 of Elul is the traditional day of the beginning of Creation, as recorded in the first chapter of Genesis. While other religions start their calendar from the founding of the religion, the Jewish calendar begins with Creation. In Jewish consciousness, every nation is integral to humanity: Non-Jews were welcome to bring offerings to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, which the prophet Isaiah referred to as the "house for all nations."

Technically, the Jewish calendar does not begin until day six of Creation (Rosh Hashana), which commemorates the birth of mankind. This is because human beings are the pinnacle of Creation, enjoined to protect the world and to utilize all its resources to bring the world to its spiritual completion.

The Chinese Bamboo

I wish to all of you my readers a very healthy and prosperous New Year. May the blessing of G-d be showered upon all.

L'shanah Tovah!


SnoopyTheGoon said...

And Shana Tova and many happy returns to you too from the Elders.

Cheers and all the best.


We found you on Faultline - Keep up the good fight! United We Stand.


Findalis said...

Welcome to my playground Snake Hunters. You will find it filled with patriotic people.