Happy Rosh Hashanah

Dear readers, listeners and fellow bloggers:

Good afternoon. Yesterday, Sunday September 25, one of the two holiest Jewish Holidays started at sundown and will conclude at sundown on Tuesday September 27. Rosh Hashanah celebrates the start of the Jewish New Year and together with the upcoming Yom Kippur represent the holiest dates for he Jewish Faithful. The Jewish calendar is based on the Moon movements, unlike the Gregorian calendar, which is based on the Sun movements. Families get together for a nice dinner, exchanging vows of health and happiness.

In the picture above you can see our son Gian Luca praying at the Western (Wailing) Wall in Jerusalem, during his 2019 scholarship trip to Israel, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Birth Right Israel.

To all our Jewish relatives and friends, we are enthusiastically wishing them Shanah Tovah.

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Happy Rosh Hashanah

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Today, September 18th. 2020, at sunset, the festivities of the Jewish New Year begin, lasting for two days, until Sunday September 20th. We would like to wish all our Jewish relatives, friends and acquaintances a Happy Rosh Hashanah, in these days of tough Social Distancing due to the pandemic. However, as long as one faithful still blows the shofar, the presence of God will be felt.

Shanah Tovah!

Stay distant. Stay safe. Stay beautiful.

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Don’t leave me alone.