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September 22, 2022

Dear all,

Sunday evening, Jews around the world welcome the new year on the Hebrew calendar, 5783.

While it’s an opportunity for reflection, it’s also an opportunity to dream into tomorrow.

What are our goals and aspirations?

How will our presence make a difference in the world?

Who will receive a special hug from us?

Will we take a moment in time to be grateful for the incredible gifts in the world?

Ron, Maya, Eli, and I wish you and all you love a healthy and happy New Year!

שנה טובה/ Shana Tova!

 

Rabbi Zach Shapiro

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