Rosh Hashanah Status Messages Quotes Wishes sayings And Images

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Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. It is the first of the Jewish High Holy Days. Wish your dear ones with some best rosh hashanah messages, rosh hashanah quotes, rosh hashanah wishes, rosh hashanah sayings, rosh hashanah images, rosh hashanah status messages, rosh hashanah quotes images.

Rosh Hashanah Status Messages Quotes Wishes sayings And Images


To all those of us celebrating Rosh Hashanah, Happy New Year to and your families. Let is be an awesome year for everyone!.

“May it be Your will, Lord our God and God of our ancestors, that you renew for us a good and sweet year.” – Hebraic Berakhah

Happy Rosh Hashanah to all who celebrate. A sweet and Happy New Year to all

May it be Your will that we be like the head and not the tail.

I hope it has been a blessed Rosh Hashanah to all my Jewish friends and fans. Happy New Year and God Bless.

Rosh Hashanah Status Messages


“On Rosh Hashanah it is written… On Yom Kippur it is sealed. May it be written and may it be sealed that you have a new year that brings fulfillment and happiness, peace and prosperity – all of life’s very best things. Have a Happy, Healthy New Year!”

“May this New Year be sweet, healthy and happy. L’shanah Tovah! Happy Rosh Hashanah!”

“May your home light up with joy. Happy Rosh Hashanah!”

As our Jewish friends celebrate this most holy time of year, I wish all those who are observing Rosh Hashanah a Happy New Year.

To all those of us celebrating Rosh Hashanah, Happy New Year to and your families. Let is be an awesome year for everyone!

Wishing a happy Rosh Hashanah to all the great Jewish people out there! I pray God does a mighty work in/through your lives!

Rosh Hashanah Quotes

Here’s to a Rosh Hashanah we’ll never forget since it’ll be permanently documented in our Facebook Timelines.

Celebrating the Jewish New Year is like celebrating the regular New Year except we blow into a ram’s horn and have the exact opposite of fun.

May your boss not attend the synagogue you pretend to be going to during the Jewish holidays.

My resolution this Jewish New Year is to try and care that it’s the Jewish New Year.


Rosh Hashanah Sayings and Wishes

  • “Rosh Hashanah is about relationships. Whether between individuals and the God in whom they believe, communities and the traditions which define them, or simply between individuals, whether any God or tradition is part of their lives, it’s all about sustaining relationships which sustain us and help us do the same for others.” – Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, president of CLAL, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership
  • “Everyone is judged on Rosh Hashanah and their judgment sealed on Yom Kippur with respect to their status in this world. But the difference between the judgment of the righteous, wicked, and intermediate person is in regards to their status in the World to come.” – Shema Yisrael
  • “On Rosh Hashanah we are aware that God is judging us. But God is truly judging us every moment of every day. It is only on Rosh Hashanah that we, as a people, pause to reflect on this phenomenon.” – Michael Mascolo
  • “On one hand, we know that Rosh Hashanah is the Day of Judgment. The scales are poised. Each person is judged according to his deeds (or lack of them).” – Binyomin Adilman
  • “It says in the Talmud that on Rosh Hashanah three books are opened before Him: the book of Tzadikkim, the book of Resha’im, and the book of Beinonim (intermediates).” – Reb Sholom Brodt
  • “The blessing over the blowing of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah refers to the mitzvah as “hearing the voice of the Shofar,” but since that voice speaks without words, the message that is heard depends a great deal on who is doing the listening.” – Douglas Aronin
  • Rosh Hashanah is the first day of the Jewish New Year. Rather than a time of over-the-top fanfare and festivities, Rosh Hashanah is a somewhat more spiritual affair in which people of the Jewish faith pray for forgiveness and deliverance. But it’s not all prayer and penance. Rosh Hashanah is celebrated in the company of family and friends, over special meals and traditional sweets. If you want to find out how to say ‘Happy New Year’ in Hebrew, take a look at our quotes on Rosh Hashanah.

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