Simana Tova: Symbols of Goodness

By: Gershon, H

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Stapled wraps. Nine pages on 8.5x11 paper Stain on front cover, clean text. Written in English, with Hebrew transliterated. Symbols for focusing meditation on Rosh Hashanah, gathered from traditional sources by H. Gershon. Includes: Why do we eat apples? Rovy, black eye beans or fenugreek, Caratei or leeks, Silka or spinach or beets; Tamarim or Dates; Kara or Squash, Pumpkin, gourd; Dagim or Fish; Rosh or Head.

Title: Simana Tova: Symbols of Goodness

Author Name: Gershon, H

Categories: JUDAISM,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: 1991

Binding: Stapled wraps

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 11964

Keywords: Religion Holidays Jewish Hebrew ephemera Rosh Hashanah Symbolism judaism Meditation And religion Yehi ratzon Why Do We eat apples on rosh hashanah Rovya Simana Tova,