“Dip the apple in the honey, have a good sweet new year.”
We teach our children that touching song, and that is what we all wish for: a good sweet year with bracha and hatzlacha in all that we do.
But that often isn’t the case. If we look back on previous years we see many things that were sweet, but also things that weren’t. Some parts of our lives are downright bitter and we wish they’d never occurred. This Shmuz is a highly focused, mature look at the issues decided on the Day of Judgment and tells us what we can do to change the decree.
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