L’shanah Tovah: For a Good Year!

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Last night I was able to spring myself from my coursework to attend Erev Rosh Hashanah services at The Temple.

Rosh Hashanah represents the beginning of the Jewish New Year and the start of a 10-day period leading up to Yom Kippur. Typically, this means I have 10-days to ask forgiveness from the people I believe I made have wronged.

Given that I am in a new city and a new situation, I haven’t gotten that many chances to wrong people yet, save for the poor souls that read all of my blogs on a regular basis. However, to all Nashvillians, regardless of your particular religious beliefs; I wish you all well; “L’shanah Tova,” For a Good Year!

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