I had to take a new job this past year where the hours are 6pm-6am Thurs, Fri, Sat, so the 4th Commandment is not getting the observance it deserves out of me. Spending Fri & Sat logged on to a mainframe!! However I believe God has an plan for me for this whole scary new year ahead (moved from CA to Minnesota; can you say winter?) and I can't wait to see what it brings.
Quoting Cadet985 (Reply 4): L'shanah tova to all from Jerusalem. This will be my first High Holiday season in the holy city, and even though I am not religious, it will be an interesting thing to behold.
That's gonna be pretty interesting! Have a great time there. I'm hoping to go there next summer with Birthright.
That said, L'shanah tova to everyone! Best wishes for the new year.
Tho' I've belted you an' flayed you, By the livin' Gawd that made you, You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din!
I hope it's not too late to wish a happy new year to our A.net members of the Jewish faith, and all others too!
Inspiration, move me brightly! Light the song with sense and color. Hold away despair, more than this I will not ask. Faced with mysteries dark and vast, statements just seem vain at last. Some rise, some fall, some climb, to get to Terrapin!
I would like to wish each and every A.netter who is observing the Jewish New Year a year that really takes off to new levels, and that each and everyone of you have long-haul success in each and every endeavor.
גמר חתימה טובה
G'mar hatimah tovah - (Yes, I speak the Israeli/Sephardic Hebrew)