I hope you had a sweet and meaningful Rosh Hashanah. We have turned the corner of our New Year, and Yom Kippur is fast approaching. After that, we will go back to basics and embrace the holiday of Sukkot.
This is a busy time, and I'm sorry to be announcing my departure from the Judaism site during this season. I have enjoyed writing on the topic of Judaism and will miss it immensely. There is so much more that I wanted to do here, but my personal life is not allowing me the time to continue right now.
I will still be writing for the Moms site at BellaOnline and hope that you will visit me there. if you are a lover of writing and Judaism, consider taking my spot here at BellaOnline.
Thank you for reading, for your suggestions, and for your corrections when I have made mistakes. It has all been appreciated.
As you continue to journey through the holidays this year - I hope they are filled with joy, insight, and personal growth!
Introducing Yom Kippur to Young Children
Help children understand the acts of saying I'm sorry, keeping promises, and forgiving.
Pop by the forum one last time (ok - not many of you visited there) to share your holiday wisdom:
Thanks again for reading.
Gamar Chasima Tova - May you be inscribed in the Book of Life (for a year filled with all good things)
Lisa Pinkus, Judaism Editor
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