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How to Approach Rosh Hashana Prayers

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Torah by Rabbi Nati @ Mystical Paths…

L’Shana Tovah my friends.  A good and sweet year, full of life’s blessings, to all our readers!

Listen to Hashem's (G-d’s) voice in the shofar. 

Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year HOLY day(s), is a two day holy day.  The blessings of the new year come via our netzav, standing the first day to ask forgiveness for last year. The blessings of the second day is vielek, to go and pray and envision the coming year, all the hopes and dreams, and asking G-d to give us only good for the new year that has begun.

We have to be careful what we say on Rosh Hashanah, and for sure to only speak positively.  And we must only think good about the days of the coming year.

Every 1.9 minutes on Rosh Hashana is a day of the year. Think and declare a good new year, and the King of Kings will know we are ready to receive His blessings.

Blessings to you, your family and loved ones.



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