The symbols of Rosh Hashanah denote blessings and compassion

The language of Rosh HaShanah derives from the Kabbalah

by yedidah on September 3, 2012


The language of the Kabbalah penetrates more deeply into our prayers and customs than we are normally aware of. This is certainly the case with Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year. In this talk we take a look at many of the terms and symbols associated with this festival, and discover a day of joy, blessing and confidence. Furthermore it is the day on which the Jewish people, in blowing the shofar, bring the sound of compassion for all humankind.

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