If you don't like being haunted by scary movies, you can always flip to the Major League Baseball
playoffs and watch the best teams in the
American and National leagues go at it. Yep, that's right,
Halloween isn't the only event acknowledged in October. There is also Columbus Day
, Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur.
This October 4th, millions of Jews will celebrate Rosh Hashanah
- The Jewish New Year. Shanah Tovah! Ten days after Rosh Hashanah, the Jews recognize a Day of
Atonement, known as Yom Kippur
. This is the holiest day of the
year for practicing Jews as they fast and repent their sins.
As we enter into the fourth quarter of 2005 and get closer to the
," most of us will find ourselves running around and
gathering for family events more often. So here are some online
resources to help prepare: