Presidential Message on Rosh Hashanah
Presidential Message on Rosh Hashanah

Presidential Message on Rosh Hashanah 2020

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L’shana tovah! 🍎🍯🙏🌸💕☀️Presidential Message on Rosh Hashanah, 2020 | The White House


Was I not scrambling to finish work, call my mom, and start on my pomegranate chicken dinner before Zoom services start, I would try and find all the agency accounts pandering to us Jews today. The big man’s proclamation was all about the Abraham Accords, so, uh. There’s that.


Was I not scrambling to finish work, call my mom, and start on my pomegranate chicken dinner before Zoom services start, I would try and find all the agency accounts pandering to us Jews today.


Thank you Mr. President ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩. Israel has never had a better friend for Middle East Peace and its security in the White House.


Classic Trump. A message to Jews at the start of the holiest time of the year, and more than half of it is about him.


“The First Lady and I wish our Jewish brothers and sisters Shana Tova and hope the millions observing this sacred day in America and around the world have a blessed start to the High Holy Days.”

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Shana Tova, NYC! Protect your loved ones and community from COVID-19 this Rosh Hashanah. Remember to: ✅Avoid large gatherings: The more people there are gathered close together, the higher the possibility of spread is. ✅Wear a face covering: You can be contagious without symptoms and spread the disease when you cough, sneeze or talk. Face coverings help reduce the spread of COVID-19. ✅Know your own risk: Avoid having close interactions with people age 65 or older or people with underlying health conditions. ✅Stick to a core group of friends and family to minimize exposure to people outside your immediate group. . . Image description: Text reads, “Tips for a sweet and healthy New York: Protect loved ones from COVID-19, avoid large gatherings, wear a mask. Shana Tova!” #RoshHashanah #RoshHashanah2020 #COVID19 #COVID19nyc #Coronavirus #CoronavirusNYC #PreventTheSpread #WearAMask #MaskUp #MaskUpNYC #SocialDistancing #PhysicalDistancing

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RAINBOW APPLES & HONEY BOARD! ✨🌈🍯⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ because Rosh Hashanah is in exacccctly a week.⁣ 😅⁣ ⁣⁣ below, find some tips for your own apples & honey displays—rainbow or otherwise!—plus my 🍋🚨🤫Secret Lemon Juice Tip. (it’s not what you think!) ⁣ ⁣ (why does this caption read like a tabloid cover?)⁣ ⁣⁣ 🍏START WITH A BOARD!⁣⁣ as in, not a dinner plate. sounds obvious but the board never gets enough credit here, in my opinion! it’s what gives you that nice, flat canvas on which to play around with all your actual ingredients. linking this marble one over on the blog.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 🍏USE A RANGE OF APPLE VARIETIES⁣⁣. even if you’re not going for the rainbow look, it can be nice to have a few different colors/tastes/textures on your board.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 🍏LEMON JUICE IS YOUR FRIEND.⁣⁣ ohhh, lemon juice. thank goodness for it. keeps apples from browning, as you probably know. but I actually discovered a *new* lemon juice trick this year that’s even more helpful. ahem:⁣ ⁣⁣ 🤫🍋🚨SECRET LEMON JUICE TIP: ⁣⁣ instead of spritzing your apple slices with the stuff, which only *sort of* works…try fully dunking each sliced apple into the liquid (and submerging it fully!) before placing it on the board. the slices here did. not. turn. brown. EVER. I mean, at least for one-and-a-half-ish hours they didn’t. that’s how long they sat out outside in the heat before we remembered to eat them. ⁣⁣ magic!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ and last tip on this:⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 🍏ADD GARNISHES!⁣⁣ you don’t have to invest in a fancy honey dipper, but…they’re pretty cute. I used this same one last year. linked on the blog. another “optional” element would be those edible flowers. I’ve talked about them before, but they’re from @gourmetsweetbotanicals and can be overnighted to anywhere.

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Presidential Message on Rosh Hashanah, 2020 The First Lady and I wish our Jewish brothers and sisters Shana Tova and hope the millions observing this sacred day in America and around the world have a blessed start to the High Holy Days. As this 10-day period of celebration, devout prayer, reflection, and repentance commences, we are reminded of how important faith, family, and fellowship are to each of us. Particularly during these challenging times, the sense of peace and reassurance that comes with these observances has never been more important in helping us seek His wisdom and understanding as we continue to grow in our faith. This year’s High Holy Days come with a sense of optimism for the people of Israel, as my Administration continues to make great strides in securing a more stable, prosperous, and peaceful Middle East region. Last month, we secured a historic agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel—the first between Israel and a major Arab country since 1994—that normalizes relations between the two countries, including the exchange of embassies and ambassadors, as well as enhanced cooperation in a broad range of fields including education, healthcare, trade, and security. And, just days after Bahrain reached a similar deal with Israel, we were proud to host the leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain at the White House earlier this week for the signing of these agreements and the Abraham Accords as a whole. As the High Holy Days begin, this momentous milestone in geopolitical relations is a reminder that we can create a coalition of nations that have shared goals of eliminating extremism and promoting security and prosperity, while also respecting religious freedom and building a more hopeful tomorrow for future generations. Melania and I pray that He blesses all Jewish people throughout these High Holy Days. We hope that these 10 days provide those observing this special time a respite to build their faith and better experience the many blessings of the Almighty’s love and mercy.

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The First Lady and I wish our Jewish brothers and sisters Shana Tova and hope the millions observing this sacred day in America and around the world have a blessed start to the High Holy Days. As this 10-day period of celebration, devout prayer, reflection, and repentance commence, we are reminded of how important faith, family, and fellowship are to each of us. Particularly during these challenging times, the sense of peace and reassurance that comes with these observances has never been more important in helping us seek His wisdom and understanding as we continue to grow in our faith. This year’s High Holy Days come with a sense of optimism for the people of Israel, as my Administration continues to make great strides in securing a more stable, prosperous, and peaceful Middle East region. Last month, we secured a historic agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel—the first between Israel and a major Arab country since 1994—that normalizes relations between the two countries, including the exchange of embassies and ambassadors, as well as enhanced cooperation in a broad range of fields including education, healthcare, trade, and security. And, just days after Bahrain reached a similar deal with Israel, we were proud to host the leaders of Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain at the White House earlier this week for the signing of these agreements and the Abraham Accords as a whole. As the High Holy Days begin, this momentous milestone in geopolitical relations is a reminder that we can create a coalition of nations that have shared goals of eliminating extremism and promoting security and prosperity, while also respecting religious freedom and building a more hopeful tomorrow for future generations. Melania and I pray that He blesses all Jewish people throughout these High Holy Days. We hope that these 10 days provide those observing this special time a respite to build their faith and better experience the many blessings of the Almighty’s love and mercy.