Ten Days Of Gratitude: Day One

Today and tomorrow, we celebrate Rosh HaShanah – the Jewish new year. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, begins on Tuesday evening, October 11 and ends at sundown on Wednesday, October 12. The 10 day period that begins the new Jewish year, from the beginning of Rosh HaShanah through the end of Yom Kippur, is traditionally a time when we stop and evaluate our lives – exploring what we need to change and how we can grow. At ISH, we believe these 10 days are the perfect time to pause and reflect on everything we’re grateful for – all the blessings in our lives.

On this the first day of our 10 Days of Gratitude, we’re sharing a video from www.365Grateful.com. The video is a reminder that if we seek out things to be grateful for, we will find them.  Whether we’re looking for heart shaped stones or people that make us happy – they’re out there.  We just need to take the time to look for them.  Enjoy!

 

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