Rosh Hashanah: The Power to Transform Your Life

An in-depth talk on how to tap into the essence of Rosh Hashanah.

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In memory of our wife and mother Lisa Shapiro (Elisha Chaya bas Yaakov), a"h
Michael, David and Ethan Steinberg

Comments (4)

(4) Linda Epstein, September 17, 2020 12:31 AM

Thank you for the New Perspective

Thank you for a stimulating and meaningful perspective on Rosh Hashanah. This commentary works whether we are praying alone or with others in this year of Covid. Good Yom Tov; Git pontiff; Chag Sameach.

(3) Andrew Ocean, September 16, 2020 11:44 PM

They allow 15 year old rabbis?

You don't look a whole lot older today! Mazel tov!

(2) Harry Pearle, September 16, 2020 2:18 PM

New Year Idea: Take 10 (ten) Minutes Outside / Daily? (Mel Robbins video)

Dear Rabbi Sytner, thanks for your great advice. But HOW can we change?

Something I started to do, recently, is take the advice of Mel Robbins: (When stressed go outside)

It turns out I live about 3 short blocks from a wonderful park, in Rochester, NY.
This park has a pond, playing fields, and a hill with a reservoir on it.

I go by the park, daily, without stopping there, but this video woke me up.
Now, I focus on BEING at the park for 10 minutes, or so. I walk around and
I try to appreciate kids playing, birds flying, etc.

I keep my distance, but I use hand signs to greet people. I feed the birds.

(Habits are hard to make and hard to break. I have not seen much on
or other Jewish sites, in habits, relaxation, and being outside)

Perhaps, you can comment on this being outside idea...
Much Thanks Harry

(1) Barbara Garnitz, September 14, 2020 6:20 PM

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