Yom Kippur Wishes – The catch up of all greeting that you can use for the whole season is “Shanah Tovah” that means “Good year.” The word “u’metuka” and sweet, is sometimes required to the end. Before coming on Yom Kippur, when our mistakes for the coming year to be sealed well, we wish for each other “Gemar chatimah Tovah”, “A good final sealing.” Before the Yom Kippur, it is also simple to wish each other as an easy and simple fast. In Yiddish, the standard wish for greetings is for “Ah gut gebentsht your,”
“A good and blessed full year”.Growing up Jewish, it was easily not something that we “did” in the past. Yes, my mother hopefully highlighted the happy holiday’s cards from our non-Jewish friends, but it was very clear and watchful to us that our Jewish friends would not be sending cards to anyone. Or, in the few instances that a Jewish friend did, it was anything that we slightly know about that their sending a card was a somewhat strange buddy.