Tuesday, September 30, 2008

wOOOt! It's the Jewish High Holidays

Happy Jewish New Year to all my friends out there!
It's the first day of the so-called Jewish High Holidays which starts with Roshashana and ends next week with Yom Kippur.
It is also called the "Days of Repentence" or the "Days of Awe". According to the oral tradition passed down by the Rabbi's, on Roshashana, G-d inscribes the names of the righteous people into the "Book of Life". On Yom Kippur, the book is sealed. The next 10 days is spent trying to be a better person. To make ammends and to right oneself with G-d by performing acts of kindness and charity. This way, we're guaranteed to be inscribed to the "Book of Life" till next year.

May you all be inscribed into the "Book Of Life". Happy New Year!


Sherri said...

Happy New Year!!!

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Happy HOWLidays!

PeeEssWoo: Do we get kippur'ed snakhks?!? Ha-rooooo!

The Army of Four said...

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!
You look VERY handsome wearing your yarmulke!

Tracey and Huffle said...

There's a mosque at the end of our street and they just finished Ramadan on Wednesday so it must be religious festival time! Happy Jewish New Year to you Simmie!

Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

I bet you weren't very happy about that hat.


Thor and Marco Polo and 3 Kats said...

WOO WOO Simcha

Did you wear that hat for your Mom as an act of kindness and charity for her?? We think so!

Thor and Marco Polo