Rosh Hashanah is a time to become a new person… to look back on the year, to see what one has accomplished and where one has fallen short… And to start again, as a fresh and new person un-held down by the past. It’s a new year… It’s a new life… I’m a new person. Rosh Hashanah is the birthday of humanity.
We ask ourselves, “What do I want this year to look like? What is my truth? The worlds truth? And how will I embody this now and for the year to come?”
It’s a beautiful chance to start over, to push the reset button, to let go of the past and embrace the power and awesomeness of this alive, new moment.
This opportunity to “start over” is available to us all the time, though the power and significance of a set communal time and day raises the energy and accessibility to all who are willing to tap in.