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Rosh Hashanah meals usually include apples and honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.Pomegranates are used in many traditions, to symbolize being fruitful like the pomegranate with its many seeds.Typically, round challah bread is served, to symbolize the cycle of the year.

Rosh Hashanah meal traditions: One of the primary reasons apples are eaten during Rosh Hashanah is because of its sweetness. Coupled with the added sweetness of the honey, it is symbolic of the ultra-sweet year we hope G‑d will grant us.

Happy Rosh Hashanah family and friends.

"Wishing You A Year Full Of Joy And Happiness." Let the warm message of Rosh Hashanah bring to your near and dear ones a year full of serenity & peace; good health & abundance of simple pleasures of life.

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❥ The Jewish holidays (holy days) are coming soon... the Feast of Trumpets... will the church be taken up? Watch this video~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4-3G4xs8Hk`

"When the trumpet of The Lord shall sound;" The Lion of Judah, now is the time to kneel together in prayer, to get ready for Jesus to return and rapture His church, take us home with Him.

Happy New Year :)

Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah starts on the first day of the seventh month of the Hebrew calendar, Tishrei. Rosh Hashanah is the 'Days of Awe' (Yamim Noraim),