For those friends, family members, colleagues and clients who celebrate the Jewish New Year:

L'Shana Tova
Chag sameach and shana tova! 

It’s hard to believe that another year has passed and covid is still with us! While many will be celebrating the High Holidays communally (per local medical directive), others will be at home, experiencing yet another unusual Rosh Hashanah.

But the essence remains the same. Whether we are home, tending to loved ones, or gathered in tents outside our synagogues, we will be listening to the shofar’s call, dipping apples into honey, and praying that G-d grants us, our communities, and the entire planet a “good and sweet year” in the most literal sense.

We wish you, yours, and the entire world a very healthy, happy, and sweet new year!

Shanah Tovah!

As we prepare to celebrate Rosh Hashanah and beseech G-d to grant us a good year, I’d like to take a moment to share my gratitude that you are in my life. 
Shanah Tovah — a good and sweet New Year! — to you and to all yours!
May you enjoy a truly blessed year, in every possible way!
Looking back at this past year, I am grateful to know that you’ve been on this journey with us all, seeking timeless wisdom for these difficult times. Knowing that you are there is a real encouragement for me personally.   Thank you!
May your coming year be replete with goodness — especially health, happiness, and livelihood, in great abundance! — for you and for your loved ones, and for the entire world!.
L’Shanah Tovah!
  • Barbara Hales, M.D.
  • Marketing Tips for Doctors
Tomorrow night, we celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. The year 5781 is coming to an end, and 5782 will begin, and this is a time to celebrate the year we just completed and take stock as we look ahead.