Friday, September 03, 2010

What Do You Want To Fix?

Today (Friday) begins the last week of the year 5770.

There is an old piece of Jewish wisdom: "Everything goes after the end."

This means that the final week gives us a last chance to fix things that we might not have been so successful at this past year.

What could you have done better at this past year?

Diet? Exercise? Temper-control? Joy? Patience? Getting up early? Avoiding distractions? Hugging your loved ones?

Do it right for one week, beginning now.

Everything goes after the end. One can literally fix the entire year this way.

This is what it means to live, to be inscribed in the Book of Life. I won't be blogging next week, but in the meantime, you might enjoy these classic Seinfeld videos on Rosh Hashana:



Wishing you a meaningful and inspiring New Year of sweetness, health, joy, prosperity and life!

לשנה טובה

RAS


PS – Here are two inexpensive books that can enrich your Holidays, whether you are at shul, at home, or elsewhere:

http://www.tinyurl.com/RHsurvivalkit

http://www.tinyurl.com/NewArtofAmazement

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