Month of Tish'rei Survival Guide
Usually, when starting out on a long car drive, a child is excited. Maybe they are going to visit a theme park. Or, maybe they are headed to visit family for a vacation. Inevitably, their developing minds can’t stand being in the same location anymore and they ask that question dreaded by parents around the world: “Are we there yet?”
Much like an excruciatingly long-car ride, we adults can feel like children in the month of Tish’rei. There are so many services. There is so much extra liturgy in those services. Our clergypersons talk for so much longer in their homilies. It can feel like we’re in a never-ending car ride and all we want is for Yamim Nora-im (Days of Awe) to be over. Instead of dreading the upcoming time, we thought we would prepare a newsletter that would help you (hopefully) enjoy your experience a little bit more. In this issue, you can discover:
Happy reading, and may you have chagim mash’ma-utim (meaningful holidays)!
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The ISJL Education Team
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