Wednesday, September 24, 2014


The Jewish religion believes in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible is the entire bible and never believed that the New Testament of the Holy Bible is valid. As a result, the Jewish religion never believed that Jesus Christ was the Messiah nor does the Jewish religion believes that Jesus Christ was the son of GOD. The Jewish calendar isn't divided between Before Christ or BC and after Christ or AD, but rather is divided between Before Common Era and After Common Era, but the numbering of years doesn't go backwards before the birth of Jesus Christ and go forward after the birth of Jesus Christ. Rather, the numbering of years starts just a few years beyond the Caveman era and continues non-stop to this exact year that we're all experiencing right now.
The Jewish religion also believes that today is the day that the first ever man and woman named Adam and Eve was created today. And because Judiasm believes that Adam and Eve was created by GOD on this exact day, today is the Jewish New Year. Today is when the old Jewish year ends and today is when the new Jewish year begins. The year 5774 ends today and the year 5775 begins today. The Jewish New Year called Rosh Hashanah takes place between the Jewish holiday of Passover (Celebrating the delivery of Caucasian slaves from bondage ownership held by racial minority Middle Easterners thanks to the heroism of Moses) and the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur (Saying I'm sorry for everything afflicted against the innocent so that the person's name will be written by GOD into the Book of Life and continue living for the next year). The Shofar (A severed rams horn) is blown like a trumpet to signal the closing of the Book of Life on both Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur. So while Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year filled with happiness and joy, it's quickly followed by one of the saddest and most tearful of Jewish holidays Yom Kippur. But right now, the year 5775 is starting today. So let's all celebrate like it's 5775.
And as I'm lost in thought on Rosh Hashanah, here are some photos of Valorie Curry.


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