To our Jewish friends
|From:||Eric Christopherson <raccoon@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, September 11, 1999, 21:05|
L@shana tova tikateivu!
For the Hebrew-impaired: "may you be written for a good year," meaning
written in the Book of Life to live for another year, a traditional Rosh
On a related note, I noticed in the Kernu and Brithenig versions of the
Child's Exercise that the word for birthday translates to "head of year,"
exactly what <ro'sh hashshanah> means in Hebrew, though it stands for the
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com