L'Shanah Tovah

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    Sep 28, 2011 8:19 PM GMT
    Happy New Year everyone! while i recognize most of you aren't religious (i sure as hell am not ((i'm a cultural jew)), i use this time of year as more of a time to be retrospective and look at what the previous year has been like and what changes i'd like to see in the future

    now i get that most ppl do this on actual New Years eve/day.. but lets be honest.. most of us are usually drunk, partying, and don't really think about too many things. Hence why i choose Rosh Hashanah - Yom Kippur to serve this purpose.

    For those who are religious, happy new year.. for those not, take the time to appreciate what things have happened in the past year, which made you stronger, that made you who you are today. also think of what you'd like to accomplish in the next year, something you want to learn, someone you should reconcile or get back in touch with.

    Post your thoughts if you'd like.

    happy high holidays!
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    Sep 28, 2011 8:27 PM GMT
    Prospero Año Nuevo!

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    Sep 28, 2011 10:42 PM GMT
    And also with you.

    In all seriousness, Jew holiday season is about to be in full swing. My roommate is Jewish and he is always going home this time of the year. At least he will be gone next weekend during Atlanta Pride!
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    Sep 29, 2011 2:25 PM GMT
    zsocerstar saidHappy New Year everyone! while i recognize most of you aren't religious (i sure as hell am not ((i'm a cultural jew)), i use this time of year as more of a time to be retrospective and look at what the previous year has been like and what changes i'd like to see in the future

    now i get that most ppl do this on actual New Years eve/day.. but lets be honest.. most of us are usually drunk, partying, and don't really think about too many things. Hence why i choose Rosh Hashanah - Yom Kippur to serve this purpose.

    For those who are religious, happy new year.. for those not, take the time to appreciate what things have happened in the past year, which made you stronger, that made you who you are today. also think of what you'd like to accomplish in the next year, something you want to learn, someone you should reconcile or get back in touch with.

    Post your thoughts if you'd like.

    happy high holidays!



    Nice sentiment from such a cutie! I feel similar. Happy New Year to all! icon_biggrin.gif