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Rosh Hashanah eCards – More Than 200 Jewish New Year eCards in 7 Categories to Choose From

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Rosh Hashanah aka the Jewish New Year or the Jewish High Holidays is the holiest time of the Jewish faith.  Briefly: It is a time to reflect on the past year’s activities, repent and ask forgiveness for any misdeeds and renew by starting the new year with a clean slate.

Although Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on September 18, 2009 – more than a month from today, I decided to throw tradition to the wind and put up the Say It With eCards Rosh Hashanah Celebration eCards early. Why wait until the last minute!

Visit Say It With eCards and have a look around.

L’Shana Tova in advance!
May you & yours be written and sealed for a good, sweet year!

Roz Fruchtman

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1 Roz FruchtmanNo Gravatar { 08.29.09 at 10:43 pm }

RE: Rosh Hashanah eCards — There is absolutely something for everyone, OR you can send the SAME eCard to multiple people.

Say It With eCareds is set up so that, done correctly, each recipient will think they are the only one getting the eCard!

This SAVES YOU time; It SAVES YOU energy and most of all… It SAVES YOU money, AND…

EVERYONE will love and remember you for remembering them!


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