The beginning of a new year can bring many challenges. But how can you overcome these challenges? Well, Rosh Hashanah is a time in which you look introspectively at the mistakes of the past year and plan the changes to make the New Year a better one. In this Jewish holiday, the tradition is to eat apples dipped in honey, not only do they have a sweet taste but, they symbolize our wish for a “sweet” new year.
Everyone deserves a second chance in life. Why not start it off with doing a good deed? Send some flowers to those who also need a second chance.
L’shanah tovah! (May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year!)