Tashlich is the most embodied High Holiday ritual we do at TAA. There are a few biblical passages that are read, but the essence of the ritual is symbolically casting away of our sins into the water by shaking out our pockets or throwing breadcrumbs.
This year, Rabbi Lewis invites you to share in a Tashlich ritual with specific intention about how we would like to do better and what we would like to leave behind as we enter the new year. This might be a very specific behavior that caused us to act in a way we regret (i.e., becoming frustrated and responding inappropriately with a particular person and/or a particular situation) or a general commitment to improve ourselves and our relationships (i.e., by being less reactive and impatient in general).
Instead of bread or pocket lint, we will be using stones collected from the beach that will be returned to the ocean as a physical symbol of our commitments to leave behind unhealthy, stifling and destructive behaviors.
PLEASE SELECT A SESSION YOU WISH TO ATTEND.
I will attend...
Thursday, September 5th from 12:15-1:00 pm
Thursday, September 19th from 12:15-1:00 pm
Sunday, September 22nd from 10:00 am-10:45 am
All three sessions
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