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Rosh Hashana, the Day of Judgment, is connected to the story of the binding of Isaac (Akedat Yitzchak) both in ritual (the shofar) and in liturgy.The Akeda also features as the Torah reading for the second day of Rosh Hashana.. Abraham Uses the Akeda as Protection for his Descendants. The rabbis link the Akeda with forgiveness of sins for the Jewish people (Bereishit Rabba56:10, taken up in ...What does Rosh Hashanah mean to you?
The Hebrew word for beginning of the year, Rosh Hashanah, is also known as Hashana or Ha-shanah. “Rosh Hashanah not only marks the new year, but also commemorates the creation of Adam and Eve some 5,700 years ago, the first relationship, and the human connection to God.What is Rosh Hashanah and how is it celebrated?
Rosh Hashanah is a special festival which celebrates Jewish New Year. It literally means 'head of the year'. The festival lasts for two days and in 2021 it starts on Monday 6 September. This is because the dates of Jewish festivals come from the Hebrew Calendar, so the Jewish New Year begins in autumn, as opposed to on 1 January.