Rosh HaShanah Happy Jew Year 5773
Why do Jews celebrate the new year in Autumn?
Rosh HaShanah – the Jewish New Year’s holiday – is a celebration of the cyclical lunar calendar, and a time of forgiveness, renewal, and soul searching, aside from all the feasting and drinking that’s involved in the spirit of the occasion.
By tradition, the Jewish people gather by families and friends and eat a wide array of fruits and delicacies, including apples, honey, pomegranate, star fruit, and other exotic treats that one may or may not have enjoyed during the past year.
Laughzilla penned this greeting card for you and everyone who wishes to share a laugh at a cute Jewish holiday card with their mishpuchah.
This Rosh HaShanah cartoon titled Happy Jew Year drawn during the bridge day ending 5772 and starting 5773 was drawn by Laughzilla and published by Oy Vey on September 16, 2012