Rosh Hashanah 2020 Starts This Weekend: What Did President Say About Rosh Hashanah?

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Rosh Hashanah 2020 is geeting started from this weekend. The president of USA and the first lady greeted Shana Tova and wished that, millions of people in USA and all over world who are celebrating this Auspicious day may have a very blessed start to the holy days.

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What Did President Say About Rosh Hashanah?

President Donald Trump said, During these 10 days of holy celebration, devoted prayer, repentance commences and reflection, they all have been remembered that how much value faith, family and friendship holds in our lives. Basically while we all are going through this challenging time the meaning and art of peace and reassurance that comes through some specific observances, was never been so important while seeking his sanctified wisdom and understanding as all of us continues to believe in our faith.

He also added, in this year these auspicious days will be started with a sense of positive introspection among the people of Israel, as the administrative committee of the president already have conceptualized great strides for capturing a more prosperous, stable and peaceful middle east region. He also stated that, last month they have assured a historic agreement between United Arab Emirates and Israel. Which was the first agreement ever made between a major Arab country and Israel. And he hoped that this would maintain the stable relationship between these two countries, involving the exchange of ambassadors and major co-operations like health, trade, education and security. Most importantly, after a few days Bahrain also reach out to Israel with a same kind of deal. President Trump feels bloated to host the iconic leaders of Israel, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates at the White house for signing of these agreements. As the auspicious days are going to begin this historical moment of geopolitical relation will always be remembered as a collaboration of the nations having the same goals of eliminating the exigence and promoting enrichment and security as well as respecting religious ideology and creating more beautiful heavenly tomorrow for our future generations.

President and Melania prayed that He may bless all his Jewish People with his blessings throughout this 10 days. They hoped that this special 10 days may provide the leisure to build up their better experience and faith of the blessings of Almighty’s mercy and love.

Important Things to Know About Rosh Hashanah

What is Rosh Hashanah?

“Head of the year” is the actual meaning of this word and it indicates the beginning of the Jewish New Year. Rosh Hashanah is a two days long festival that culminates with Yom Kippur. The day of Expiation. It is known as the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.

In Judaism, Rosh Hashanah is celebrated as the six

th day of creation, the day on which Adam and Eve were created. Because of their creation this day is also considered as the day on which the potential of the universe was recognized for the first time.

What is a shofar, and why does a ram’s horn so important?

A trumpet made from the horn of an animal Kosher with removed marrow is called Shofar. The central decree of Rosh Hashanah is often heard to blow the shofar. Basically its a part of the holy prayer service.

as Rosh Hashanah  is celebrated for two days, the shofar is blown in the daytimes unless the first day falls on shabbat. In that particular case shofar is blown only on the second day.

How Does Rosh Hashanah celebrated?

Rosh Hashanah is celebrated in several interesting ways. It is often said that Jewish will stay lot more time in Synagogue or the temple praying, while listening to the Shofar and reflecting on the year that passed away. Also there is a holy ritual of trip to a bread of water where bread is thrown, indicating the flinging of sins in the depth of sea as mentioned in the Bible.

What are the Special Foods Served During Rosh Hashanah?

Round challah bread, apple soaked in honey, pomegranate and other foods that signifies the wishes for a sweet upcoming year commonly involves the Rosh Hashanah. some servings include a head portion of a specific fish or a ram, expressing the indication of ” we will always be head not a tail”

it’s the traditional manner to stay away from the nuts and vinegar, basically the sharp foods to avoid a “bitter year” ahead.

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