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Best Wishes for the New Year

Best Wishes for the New Year

goldfish jumping - improvement and career conceptNOTE: Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins Sunday night, September 13, 2015, and continues until Tuesday night.

new year clock before midnight

new year clock before midnight

The beginning of every new year fills the heart with great hope, of the type that inspire us in our thoughts of the future. We do our soul-searching about what we accomplished in the past, we make plans for the future, and we pray for success in our endeavors.

On this day, we mark the date when the Creation of the world was finished. The Creator rested, and we, the human beings, have been commanded to carry on the work. Therefore this is a day of reckoning about what we have done, and we make plans for the future. It is also a day when the Kingdom of God is declared in the world.

Our hearts are filled with thanks to the Creator of the Universe for the opportunity of life which He gave us. We ask to be able to continue our blessed labors for the good of the world.

Every new year fills the heart with great hope, of the type that inspire us in our thoughts of the future

Every new year fills the heart with great hope, of the type that inspire us in our thoughts of the future

This gives us a good opportunity to wish you all – together with your families – an abundance of blessings, happiness and wealth, satisfaction from your family, and the wisdom to continue to learn and to develop.

We will be happy if you join us in disseminating this message.

Brit Olam – World Noahide Center
Jerusalem

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About Rabbi Chaim Goldberg

Rabbi Chaim Goldberg
Rabbi Chaim Goldberg Coordinator of Noahide Contacts Brit Olam – the Noahide World Center www.bnoah.org

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