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September 26, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-26

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The Big Story

May the coming year be
filled with health and
happiness for all our
family & friends.
L'Shanah Tovah!

Eleanor & Marty
Garfinkel

May the coming year be
filled with health and
happiness for all our
family & friends.
VShanah Tovah!

May the coming year be filled
with health, happiness
and prosperity for all our
family and friends

Judi, Joe & Brandon Schneider
Heather, Brett, Caidey & Zack
Schneider
Arryn & Bryan Schneider
Molly, Brad & p.J. Schneider

Rosalie Dean
& family

May the coming year be
filled with health and
happiness for all our
family 8 friends.
L'Shanah Tovah!

Marta Fleischer
George, Linda,
Michael & Nicole
Fleischer

May the New Year brihg to
all our friends and,
health, joy, prosperi ,, ty
everything good in

ala Dorfman & buil!

A VERY

HAPPY Zit HEALTHY,

gw YEAR

ALL OUR

L'Shana Tova to all our
friends Et relatives.

Dahlia & Harvey F. Klein
Judie, Amy, Josh

i

~ innli „

9/26
2003

54

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Best Wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year

Marcus & Paula Last
& family

Best Wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year

Adrianne, Jeff, Matthew
& Evan Katz

IENDS & FAMILY.

Ioria (ri
_oldie) md"*

Bookstein

We wish our friends and family
a very healthy, happy and
prosperous New Year.

Judi & Howard Friedman
Scottsdale, AZ

We wish our friends and family
a very healthy, happy and
prosperous New Year.

Ed & Lois Glick

,

THE FUTURE

the
ra ition
Continues

A college freshman looks to future
Rosh Hashanah celebrations.

presence of comfort and give a
Ilir hat will it be like
to celebrate Rosh Shanah tovah.
I believe and hope that no
Hashanah in the
matter
what happens ahead of
future?
us,
we
will
always come togeth-
To look into the future 10,
er
in
times
of
crisis, always
50, even 100 years from now, I
sticking
by
one
another in the
still see everything the same.
community.
There's nothing like celebrat-
I wish that people will contin-
ing a holiday, especially one as
ue
to do their best to tuck away
holy as Rosh Hashanah, with
their
emotions, forget about
the ones you love and
work and the stresses of
care about. Traditions
everyday life and reflect,
and rituals are just that:
every year, as the Jewish
ways of life, not meant
New Year approaches.
to change but to stay
I see Jews scattered
the same and always be
through
the world corn-
recognized and celebrat-
ing
together
and sharing
ed from generation to
stories,
jokes,
wishes and
generation.
thoughts.
I
can't
help
This is how I see Yom
but
look
forward
to
EMILY
HaDin, the Day of
families
of
many
genera-
EINHO
RN
Judgment, years from
Special to the tions: children, parents,
now As the month of
Jewish News uncles, aunts, cousins,
Tishrei nears every year,
grandparents and every-
fellow Jews will seek out
one else that makes up a
one another, asking clemency
family,
passing
down customs,
and rekindling old bonds.
stories
and
making
memories. I
I envision myself sitting
pray
that
they
will
take
what
around a beautifully set dinner
they've
learned
and
pass
it on to
table, encircled with family and
their
families
some
day,
keeping
friends, the table gleaming, Mr—
the traditions alive.
rounded by familiar faces and
The holiday of many names
smelling of delicious foods. The
will
bring the Jewish community
sweet taste of honey brings a
together
as one. The Chosen
smile to my face as the sugary
People
will
continue to celebrate,
topping touches my tongue.
appreciate
and
honor the tradi-
I look up and watch as all
tions
set
down
from
our past
pick up their apple or piece of
and
move
them
into
the future.
challah, and I do the same. I can
I
firmly
believe
that
in the
hear the shofar blasts in shul,
future,
there
will
be
little
or
awakening everyone's eyes and
no
change
as
to
how
we
cele-
hearts.
brate this holiday. Some may
Everyone who passes on the
streets, walking to or from syna- argue that my vision of the
future isn't realistic, but with-
gogue, will acknowledge the
out dreams, hopes and beliefs,
Emily Einhorn of Oak Park is where would the Jewish people
a freshman at Michigan State
be today? ❑

University in East Lansing.

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