An old tradition for a new year

Every year at this time we pause for reflection.  For some, it is an opportunity to contemplate the errors they have made, and for others, it is a time to remember those that they have lost.  I also like to look back at the resolutions I made for myself a year ago, think about what I have done to meet them, and figure out what needs to go on the list for yet another term. My approach is only one of many.  I recently came across two articles of note in the Federation's interfaith newsletter, Bridges.  The first is on preparing for and participating in the holidays.  The other is on teshuvah, recognizing our mistakes and working to correct them.

If you would like to read other articles on the holidays, or are interested in finding out about events especially for interfaith families, you can sign up for Bridges by sending an email to

Categories: Community, Holidays


September 16, 2008


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