High Holy Days offer opportunity for reflection, correction

By Betsy Frank

Betsy Frank is UHC para-rabbinic fellow and president.

A line in a recent The Family Circus comic says, “I don’t know where time goes, either.”

Summer has flown by and the High Holy Days are already upon us. A highlight of the New Year is that we extend a very warm welcome to our new student rabbi, Jonathan Falco.

The High Holy Days represents a time of reflection for each one of us and for our congregation as well.

For most us, admitting failure is difficult. Moreover, correcting our faults is even more difficult.

Reflection is an awe-inspiring task.

For most us, me included, admitting failure is difficult. Moreover, correcting our faults is even more difficult.

As we move through the High Holy Days, may our reflections be meaningful and our attempts at improvement bring some small measure of success. 

Dick, and I, and our entire family, wish you L’Shanah Tova!

Shalom,

Betsy Frank

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