L'shanah Tovah!

<p>To My Forum Friends:</p>

<p>May you and your families be inscribed and sealed for a good year.</p>

<p>L'shanah Tovah to you too, Audiophile and all!</p>

<p>A wise rabbi once told the congregation that we should greet one another with this trilogy on Rosh Hashana:</p>

<p>Wish Shanah Nechamah, for a year of comfort, Shanah Hazakah, for a year of strength, Shanah shel Ahavah, for a year of connection and love.</p>

<p>L'shanah Tovah! A sweet and healthy year to all!</p>

<p>Thanks audio , and a very happy New Year to you and yours as well as to everyone here. In addition to family, we are hosting some of S's out of town college friends this weekend , so it should be a very nice holiday. L'shanah tovah!</p>

<p>Thanks, audio et al..............</p>

<p>L'shanah Tovah! (Passin' around the apples and honey...) :)</p>

<p>~berurah</p>

<p>L'shana tova to all of you too! I find it strange to be celebrating with my D so far away. I'm glad she's made the decision to go to the Jewish Center for dinner and services and she is going Sunday as well. It is comforting when they make the decisions you want them to.</p>

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<p>I envy you. We have family not far away from school, but my daughter has started to become active in Jewish organizations on campus and hasn't made any decisions where to go yet. We will certainly miss her.</p>

<p>I'm hopeful that we can become a host family for future winter or spring breaks since we live in Florida.</p>

<p>Apples and honey all around for the sweetest year to come.</p>

<p>L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu! A happy, healthy and sweet year to all.</p>

<p>L'Shanah Tovah, all. I feel really disconnected from the Jewish community at my college, and I always miss my family on the holidays, but I plan to make the best of it this year -- baking rugalach and eating apples and honey with other Jewish friends, and sharing the love with non-Jewish friends, too.</p>

<p>I hope you all have a sweet year no matter what your faith.</p>

<p>L'Shanah Tovah from CT! In the spirit of the holiday, let me post these video clips: </p>

<p><a href="http://www.aish.com/movies/sorry.asp%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.aish.com/movies/sorry.asp&lt;/a> (on saying you're sorry)</p>

<p><a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=K5eGdcyJjv8%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://youtube.com/watch?v=K5eGdcyJjv8&lt;/a> (on a lighter note)</p>

<p><a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=QZxKIL8RUHU%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://youtube.com/watch?v=QZxKIL8RUHU&lt;/a> (for Yom Kippur)</p>