Thursday, September 22, 2022

Dear Readers

 

I'm taking a break from blogging to welcome our High Holidays : New Year (Rosh Hashanah), The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur).

These are sacred days - days of awe, days of feasting and fasting, of prayer and spirituality.

These days are important for  the reflections on the past and for shaping our life in the present, experiencing  belief and hope in God.

See you soon!


22 comments:

  1. See you soon, Duta. May these days be awesome for you.

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  2. Wishing you peace and serenity.

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  3. Happy New Year. I hope these days are everything you would want them to be!

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  4. I hope the holy days bring you what you need.

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  5. Feliz Ano Novo minha querida amiga. Muita saúde para você e sua família.

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  6. Hopefully the New Year will bring us all good health, family closeness and above all peace.

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  7. See you soon, Duta.
    My good wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  8. I wish you very beautiful, sacred days.

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  9. Blessings through this season for you!

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  10. Good wishes to you on our holiday! See you soon. Janice

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  11. All the best to peace, love and understanding during these holidays.

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  12. Enjoy your time off as you celebrate these holidays.

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  13. Take care of yourself, Duta

    betty

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  14. Have lovely days. Take care and see you when you return.

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  15. Wishing you every blessing and happiness during this special time in your life. I'll be waiting dear DUTA, don't forget to come back!

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  16. Peace and blessings, hope you will feel physically and spiritually restored after your reflection time.

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  17. Hi Duta, I wish you a contemplative time which allows you to restore your mental and physical health and fill empty spaces in your soul with new hope, peace and love.
    Friko

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  18. Taking time off to celebrate these important holidays is something we all understand, Duta.

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  19. Hi Duta, Shana Tovah and may it be a good and sweet year for you. So good you are taking this sacred time to be contemplative. Must be extra special there in Israel. Love and blessings!

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  20. Enjoy your High Holidays: New Year (Rosh Hashanah), We'll see you when you return.

    Relax and Have fun!

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