Some Amazing Tashlich Pictures

Hopefully these will get you ready for the new year!

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TRADITIONS & CUSTOMS: Kaparos #Kaparos in Mea Sha’arim, #Jerusalem #Israel #Jewish #NewYear Source: @israelunite (instagram)

Source: Humans of Judaism

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“Whether you are #Jewish, Muslim, Christian or Druze, each and every #soldier has a place in the #IDF. Lt. Shmueli is a member of the #Military #Rabbinate, his job is to make sure that every soldier has the opportunity to practice his faith’s traditions. “We don’t just make it possible for #religious #Jews to serve in the #army, we are always working hard to make sure that all soldiers from all backgrounds can find their place in the IDF”.” Source: Israel Defense Forces

Source: Humans of Judaism

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Tashlich is a ritual that many Jews observe during Rosh HaShanah. “Tashlich” means “casting off” in Hebrew and involves symbolically casting off the sins of the previous year by tossing pieces of bread or another food into a body of flowing water. Just as the water carries away the bits of bread, so too are sins symbolically carried away. In this way the participant hopes to start the New Year with a clean slate

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