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The Jewish New Year Is For All

God is ready to turn the page on a New Year, not just for the Jews, who are ushering in the year 5777. This New Year is for all of us, every faith, every culture, every person. God knows we all need a New Year, as this one was so full, too full, of name-calling and violence and despair. And while He or She did not tell me this directly, I am certain that God hates all of this fighting going on, all over the world, in His or Her name, in OUR names.
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