The traditional greeting for the High Holy Days of Leviticus 23 is L’Shana Tova or “For a Good Year”. Our community believes Man was created around the time of Rosh Hashanah (Yom Teruah), and Christ was actually born during Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). So as any father might be reflective on the birthday of his children, maybe God is ending a year thinking about us. And if so, what notes might He make about you, in His Book of Life? In these ten Days of Awe, we encourage you to rest, and reflect. Find fellowship with like-minded folks, and make this a holy convocation. Sound a shofar if you have one. And before you make any offering to God, asking Him to forgive you of your sins, please, take the time to forgive others. From all of us at Messiah Echad, a place “Where Christian, Jewish, and Non-Religious Believers find Echad (Oneness)”, a place where all lives truly do matter, L’Shana Tova!