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Get ready to reexamine everything you ever assumed you knew about Rosh Hashanah
Thinking about what it is and what we do with it
On the lifelong journey to get out one sincere word.
We have to remember that we are inherently pure and good, and each day is a new day and a new opportunity.
Contrary to what some believe, feeding the fish is not part of the Tashlich ritual.
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