Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Year, Hatikvah, The Hope, God bless


The Jewish diaspora and  its truly admirable communities living in Israel and all across the World are celebrating their new year on 24 September 2014 respectively.


When we reflect upon the greatness of Israel, we are inspired by its national anthem,  “Hatikvah”  whose translational definition refers to, the Hope.


Indeed this is the eternal hope of life that remarkably encompasses the virtues of compassion, commitment, courage, endurance, equanimity, faith, fortitude, foresight, forbearance, goodwill, morality, prudence, temperance, tenacity and wisdom. Hope represents itself as the heart of cope and sustainably as the incredible virtue that empowers with its ingenious capabilities to embrace the respective changes that evolve across our lifetime, with a perspective of conscious awareness, dignity, due diligence, greatness, gracefulness, inspiration, meaningfulness, purposefulness prudence, responsibleness, sincerity, truthfulness and our brilliantly creative innate and intuitively magnificent wisdom infinitely, God bless.

©2014 Vashi Chandi