Did your school do anything in honor of Sept. 11? America will have that date stamped on its memory forever. Because of the way the Jewish calendar works, Sept. 11 will often fall near Rosh Hashanah. Begin this New Year with thoughts about how to make this a world of peace. What can you do to make this happen?
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Tag: World Of Peace
September 16, 2004 | 8:00 pm
April 1, 2004 | 7:00 pm
When we open our doors at the seder and invite Elijah the Prophet to sip the glass of wine that we have designated for him, we express our longing for
the Messiah. Elijah, in our tradition, will herald the arrival of a ruler who will enable a world of peace. The message of the seder...