They’re already fasting in Israel and we’re just some hours away.

I would like to wish all of our readers and contributors a g’mar chatima tova, as well as a worthwhile day of fasting and, you know, self-evaluation and even, *gasp*, atoning. This is a good time to heal wounds, repair hurt feelings, apologize to those who deserve an apology and launch into a new year with a clean slate. It’s going to be a rough year economically, so taking care of the spiritual and social parts of our lives is worthwhile in these times – it’ll help focus on the difficult things by making relationships and friendships pleasant and positive.

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  • keep up the great work on the site. I love it. Could use some more frequent updates, but i am sure you have got more or better stuff to do like we all have to do unfortunately. 😉