QuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnQuoteOriginally posted by: ppauperQuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnQuoteOriginally posted by: ppauperQuoteOriginally posted by: tagomaQuoteOriginally posted by: ppauperyou relocating there?http://www.timeanddate.com/sun/uk/dunde ... ar=2015#47
: 6 hours and 50 minutes of daylight in winter ad sunset is 3:34pmI lived there when I was younger. Yes! Winter is dark there! Public lighting stay on all day long, then.ah, so that's why you post about dundee, tagoma is a dundonianPoops, how many chaffeurs are there in Dundee?it would seem that cuch blows chauffeurs on the jewish high holidays, just as daveangel doesWhen's your next feast day?cuch, you're suppose to blow a SHOFAR (ram's horn) not a chauffeurand only on Rosh HashanahQuoteWhat: A shofar is a horn of a kosher animal with the marrow removed. Blow into a shofar, and you get a shofar blast. Blow the right sequence of blasts at the right time of year, and you?ve got a great mitzvah.When: In the Bible, Rosh Hashanah is called ?The Day of the Shofar Blast.? That?s the mitzvah of the day: to hear the blasts of the shofar. Since Rosh Hashanah is two days long, we need to hear the shofar blown during the daytime hours of both of those days?unless the first day falls on Shabbat, in which case we blow the shofar only on the second day. This year, 2015, we blow the shofar on September 14th and 15th.Why: Basically, because it?s a mitzvah. But the blasts of the shofar are also wake-up calls. Rosh Hashanah is the time to shake out of our spiritual slumber, reconnect to our source, and recommit to our divine mission in this world.