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September 22, 2014 | Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

L’Shanah Tovah Tikateyvu!

The Fall Holidays are a time of celebration and renewal, of introspection and repentance, of giving and receiving forgiveness, of family and friends and being connected to the local and worldwide Jewish community. As Jews, we take the time to enjoy the celebrations while reminding ourselves of the true importance of the holiday — the reminder that we all make mistakes but can take the time to correct them or ask for forgiveness for them.

What a joy it is when we can say: “I’m sorry” and hear others say “I forgive you!” May you be written and sealed in the Book of Life! B’Shalom! Your friends at Jewish Experiences for Families

» Click here to download the Family Guide to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur [PDF].

» Click here to download the Family Guide to Sukkot [PDF].

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