Engage With Rosh Hashanah Through Talking

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Engage With Rosh Hashanah Talking

One of the things I sometimes forget about celebrating the holidays is that there are many ways to engage with the concepts and themes and to make the holiday personally meaningful.

It’s not about asking you to do more during an already busy time, but instead to bring more of yourself to the experience. It’s about claiming part of the Rosh Hashanah experience for yourself.

I believe you can make Rosh Hashanah healthy while continuing Rosh Hashanah traditions. (Wondering how Rosh Hashanah is observed? Learn more here.)

Going into Rosh Hashanah, we’re entering into the most holy days of the Jewish year that offers a space for introspection, soul searching, forgiveness, and intention setting. And we’re have the opportunity to engage with these inquiries at a time when the energy is aligned for doing so.

Your thoughts and intentions have creative power.

This week on Jewish Food Hero I’m publishing one short post every day that will give you ideas for ways to engage with Rosh Hashanah.

My intention is that it will spark both reflection and taking action for yourself in order to connect more deeply and personally to this holiday season.

Today’s theme is: Talking

For Reflection:

(Respond to the following questions in your mind, with a friend, or in your journal.)

  • To me, talking is:
  • I’ve always wanted to talk to/about:
  • If I could change stop talking about one thing, it would be:
  • What I really want to be talking about more is:

Taking Action:

  • Ask someone who has a different background than you about their holiday experiences
  • Call someone who lives far away
  • Apologize to someone for a situation you wish you had handled differently
  • Commit to having one conversation you may have been avoiding this year
  • Instead of gossiping, try saying something positive (Use your voice for good)
  • Practice asking questions (instead of just talking about your own experience)
  • Tell someone “thank you” for being a important part of your life

In the comments, tell me how you’ll engage with Rosh Hashanah through talking this year!



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