just had a h/mestuck fan reblog from me like…read my dni
Between Friday September 18th at sundown and Sunday September 20th at sundown in observance of Rosh Hashanah.
Between Sunday September 27th at sundown to Monday September 28th at sundown. in observance of Yom Kippur.
Between Friday, October 2nd at sundown and Sunday, October 4th at Sundown in honor of the first days of the Festival of Sukkot.
Between Friday, October 9th at sundown and October 11th at sundown in observance of the end of Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret, and Simchat Torah.
Curious how to greet your Jewish loved ones throughout these holidays and festival? (This is ESPECIALLY important this year because so many of us feel alone– wish your friends a happy holiday!) Hebrew and English variations are all appropriate.
“Shana Tova!” (”Happy New Year!”) – especially appropriate on Rosh Hashanah, but appropriate throughout the High Holy Day season.
“l’Shana Tova u’metuka!” (”Have a sweet and happy new year!”) Similar to the above, especially appropriate on Rosh Hashanah, but appropriate throughout the High Holy Day season.
“Chag Sameach” (“Happy Holiday”) – appropriate on Rosh Hashanah, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah
“Have a Meaningful Day” – appropriate for Yom Kippur
“Have an easy/meaningful fast” – appropriate for Yom Kippur, but only if you know that the person is choosing to fast this year. O
head full many thoughts
if you aren’t able to donate, reblogs are also helpful and much appreciated! <3
pls reblog if u aren’t able to donate, thank u again :•(
shoutout to the people who put transcripts or subtitles on jermas videos i can not for the life of me figure out what that man is saying ever
i understand…I will watch the video tmw!
everyone on my dash talking abt undertale music?? why
oh i'm a year younger than he is in canon (before all the time skip) but i kind of grew up with him since haikyuu was a special interest
Ah! Ok thats cool! ^^