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Wine and Sweets Rosh Hashanah Basket
.This decorative Jewish New Year basket is filled to overflowing with a selection of delicious Israeli and international kosher sweets. Its counterpoint is the Tishbi winery Cabernet Sauvignon – Petit Serah, This is an Ideal sweet Rosh Hashana or Succoth gift. Kosher Chief Rabinate
Wine And Sweet Rosh Hashanah Basket Contains:
Tishbi Cabernet/ Petit Serah
Assorted Hard Candies
Kosher Chief rabbinate
The month of Elul comes immediately before the high holidays, The month of Elul begins a Jew's annual period if introspection and repentance, this process continues with Rosh Hashanah (the day of Judgment), the ten days of the of repentance which reach from Rosh Hashanah through the holiest day of the Jewish year, Yom Kippur.
Shofar blasts can be heard from the synagogues each of the entire month of Elul.
The shofar has the unique ability to awaken the heart of the faithful from their metaphorical sleep remind us that the annual day of judgment (Rosh Hashanah) is at hand.
Orthodox and Conservative Jewish communities do not blow the shofar on Shabbat, even for the awesome day of Rosh Hashana, and so blow shofar for Elul only on weeldays.
During Elul as well as during the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur selichot (penitential readings) are recited about midnight or early in the morning before shaharit (the Morning service). Because of this emphasis on becoming a better person, it is a great time to remember family & friends.