Jew in the suburbs

Rosh Hashanah: Into the Sea



I wrote this poem inspired by Tashlikh which takes place by a body of water on Rosh Hashanah..


Into the Sea


I stand before You Hashem, my neshama exposed before YOU.

Nothing is hidden from YOU, HASHEM, You see everything.

YOU know all there is to know, You see our souls.

See me, as I cast my sins into the sea, purify me, erase every sin as through it had never been.


I beg You; inscribe me in the Book of Life, for I choose life

To Serve YOU, to be a better human being, to be a better Jew.

You are the Only ONE to ask, The only One fit for this task.

YOU are King of everything; everything there ever was is or will be.

Creator of human beings, the World and its Surroundings

You are King and there is No OTHER


There will Never be another.

HASHEM, Father of Compassion

I ask, I beg, I plead, Purify my soul, and inscribe me in the Book of Life, to serve YOU with love as a better Human being, and as a better Jew.


Rochelle Krich book suguestion
September 2, 2008, 11:10 pm
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I love to read. One of my favorite authors is Rochelle Krich. I went to her web site and found that she shared information I would like to share with you. Another book from the Series, Small Miracles came out called Small Miracles of the Holocaust. I plan to check this book out and I hope you will too.  The authors are Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal.