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jewdⒶs // ייִדהודה Sep 19
Start 5781 as you mean to go on ♥️
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You better go and vote Sep 20
Did you hear the shofar? It’s a mitzvah to hear the shofar today. Here’s a shofar for ya.
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Susan Danzig #44 Sep 28
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Arielle Piat-Sauvé Sep 19
Rosh Hashanah 2020 vs 2019 (but still just as much food?)
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(((Sylvia C.))) Sep 20
You all have a great day, umetuka le kuuuuuuulam
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Howard ✡ Sep 27
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Ian Coldwater 👻🌿 Sep 19
My dad called to wish me and said "but I don't understand how we made it to 5781. How did our people survive for so long without Chinese food?" 🤔
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Shontal ~ شونتال Sep 28
My parents taught me all my life to accept and respect everyone regardless of religion, gender or race 〰️ My heart is clean, there is no hatred for human beings in it and this is how I open the new year ✔️ Wishing you all Happy New Year   גמר חתימה טובה🖋שנה מוצלחת
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Vote, Wear a mask and #HireStef Sep 18
everyone. May 5781 treat us all better than 5780. ❤️
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Cheryl D. Feldman Sep 19
to everyone regardless of religion. Hoping everyone has a sweet new year and that 5781 and the rest of 2020 and 2021 are better than the year we've had. Thinking of those who couldn't spend the holiday w/ their family. Wishing everyone happiness and good health ❣️
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Rachael Horwitz Sep 18
Rabbi just started services by calling RBG a warrior
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unR̶A̶D̶A̶C̶K̶ted Sep 19
In Judaism, someone who dies just before the Jewish new year is a tzaddik, the most righteous. It’s fitting that died as the sun set, just as Rosh Hashanah began.
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Kasa B. Harbor 🇮🇱 Sep 28
As we conclude washing you all & Next year in 🇮🇱
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🌊Sheryl Lynne #ImSpeaking Sep 27
To my friends & family who celebrate, I wish you a blessed & peaceful , the holiest day of the year. A day of Atonement. May your fast be easy & the coming year be full of blessings. G’mar Chatima Tova
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Chelsey Sep 27
Thanks for the moral support First time making challah outside of Hebrew school.
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Judy Gold Sep 18
Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and sweet New Year!
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Jaime Primak Sep 18
According to Jewish tradition, a person who dies on Rosh Hashanah, is a tzaddik, a person of great righteousness! God bless you and
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Rachel Wolfson Sep 18
The sun put on quite the performance this evening. Just in time for to those celebrating
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Aviva Klompas Sep 18
The Foreign Minister of Bahrain sends blessings to Jewish people around the world. May the new year continue to bring warm and friendly relations between Jews and Arabs.
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🇺🇸💗BohoGirlResists💗🇺🇸 Sep 18
It is Rosh Hashanah. The Jewish New Year. And just as the sun was setting on the last day of year 5780, we lost an icon of incomparable proportions. Let 5781 begin with us working to uphold her legacy and fighting to defend her Seat With sadness & love
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