Rosh Hashana is commonly known as the Jewish New Year, but has little to do with the American Calendar new Year. Rosh Hashana, The Jewish New Year, is a time to begin introspecition, looking back at the mistakes of the past year and planning the changes to make in the new year. This year, Rosh Hashana The Jewish Year 5772 is from sunset September 28th nightfall through September 30th. A popular observance during this time is eating apples or bread dipped in honey which is a symbol of the wish for a "sweet new year."
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L' shanah tova ("For A Good Year")!