Video: 3 Reasons Why It’s the ‘Head’ of the Year

“Head of the Year” seems like an awkward and cumbersome name for ‘New Year’s Day’ doesn’t it? Rosh Hashanah literally means “head of the year” and the Jewish New Year carries this name for good reasons; reasons can actually make a difference to your life! This video from My Judaism will make it very clear in two minutes flat!

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  • 1. Anonymous wrote:

    I am not sure this is correct!
    There is no guarantee that the year will go well if RH goes well and there is no guarantee the other way round. Which rov endorsed.

    • 2. Anonymous too wrote:

      Which Rov endorsed your spending time commenting on the internet? ;-)

      In all seriousness tho, I didn’t get the impression from the video that there was any guarantee that the year will go well b’tov hanireh v’hanigleh. in the first page or two fo Ateres Rosh, the Mitteler Rebbe seems to say this exact message in detail.

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