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The High Holy Days season is one where the Jewish people take stock, look forward and move forward. We do tzuva, or repent. That word literally means to return. We return to ourselves in order to remove the blockages that hold us back from improving ourselves spiritually, becoming the people of which we are capable and aspire to become.

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Rosh Hashanah, the commemoration of the Jewish new year, is like so many Jewish holidays celebrated with a family feast. The foods we associate with the Jewish new year are rich and decadent, like honey, pomegranates and new seasonal fruits, and of course, apples dipped in honey. Matching wine to these delicacies is often intimidating. But that need not be the case.

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Rosh Hashanah, the commemoration of the Jewish new year, is like so many Jewish holidays celebrated with a family feast. The foods we associate with the Jewish new year are rich and decadent, like honey, pomegranates and new seasonal fruits, and of course, apples dipped in honey. Matching wine to these delicacies is often intimidating. But that need not be the case.