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An overview of Rosh Hashanah's custom's and traditions.
Many have the custom to begin the Rosh Hashanah meals with round challahs, often filled with raisins and sweeter than usual. Here's why.
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Every year, our sages taught, with the cry of the shofar the entire universe is reborn. And so, at that time, with our resolutions and our prayers, we hold an awesome power: To determine what sort of child this newborn year shall be—how it will take its first breaths, how it will struggle to its feet and how it will carry us through life for the twelve months to come. In truth, it is not only once a year: At every new moon, in a smaller way, all life is renewed again. And so too...