Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins (editor)
Section Introductions from Arthur Green’s These Are the Words
A powerful collection of writings about Rosh Hashanah that will add spiritual depth and holiness to your experience of the Jewish New Year.
This powerful and inspiring collection is designed to renew the meaning of the High Holy Day themes of sin, repentance, personal and social change, societal justice, forgiveness, spiritual growth, living with joy and hope, commitment to high ideals, becoming our truest and most authentic selves, deepening our capacity to love and savoring the divine gift of life.
Drawn from a variety of sources-ancient, medieval, modern, Jewish and non-Jewish-this selection of readings, prayers and insights explores the opportunities for inspiration and reflection inherent in the themes addressed on Rosh Hashanah. These readings enable the worshiper to enter into the spirit of the Jewish New Year in a personal and powerful way while they uplift and inform. They will add to the benefits of your High Holy Day experience year after year.
Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins is widely recognized for his ability to inspire and inform Jewish audiences as a lecturer, educator and author. He has written widely for the Jewish and general press and is the author of thirty-five books for Jewish group leaders, including Yom Kippur Readings: Inspiration, Information and Contemplation. Rabbi Elkins is rabbi emeritus of The Jewish Center of Princeton, New Jersey, and a former member of the committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly and the Council for Jewish Education.
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