September 13, 2008, I became a mother, my firstborn turns seven today, and I am so proud. He is following in the footsteps of his Babushka Irene, who graduated from Moscow, Conservatory. It comes naturally to him, he understands the musical language and effortlessly reads notes and plays the keys, it’s such a pleasure to watch and listen. Tonight is begins the first celebration of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, we are celebrating with family, and are excited to get together to enjoy delicious food, each other’s company, and good wishes for the year ahead.
Everyday I learn something new, Rosh Hashana celebrates the birthday of the first people on earth, that was day six, and on the seventh day is Shabbat, the Day of Rest. Five days ago, on September 9, the creation of the world began:
Rosh Hashana is the birthday of the first humans—Adam and Eve—who came into being on the sixth day of creation. This means that the first day of creation coincides with the 25th of Elul, the day in the Hebrew calendar which carries with it nothing less than the energy of the creation of existence—time, space, matter, darkness, and light. Today we begin preparing the world for its rendezvous with G-d on Rosh Hashana. – The Meaningful Life Center
Happy New Year,
Wishing Everyone Health, Happiness, Success, Love,