A time of fresh beginnings, the Jewish New Year occurs in the fall. The focus is on learning from past mistakes, and determining how to make the new year a good one, a year of growth.
One wonderful way to connect with nature in anticipation of Rosh Hashanah is to spend the summer observing the moon.
Home-baked goodies make the best gifts! Show your family and friends that you are thinking of them by baking Rosh Hashanah honey cakes for them.
It is possible to purchase a whole honeycomb or a piece of one. Show your children and guests how the bees store their honey!