Each year, the Jewish High Holy Days give us an opportunity to clean schmutz* off our souls, gather with family and friends, and celebrate the Jewish New Year.
It’s the perfect time to reflect on our spiritual growth while also assessing relationships, asking forgiveness, and re-visiting our intentions.
There’s a lot to do at this time of year to prepare ourselves spiritually and practically. Organized to focus on activities before, during, and after the holy days, this easy-to-use checklist will help you get started. I’m confident that more will emerge as you engage with this season.
*schmutz is Yiddish for “smudges.”