L’shanah Tovah: For a Good Year!
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!