Seder Tashlich
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Id no. 2002.A.119, Judaica, German, Hebrew
The German text translates, "The headquarters of the Agudath Israel in Palestine send you their best wishes. They hope that you will think of Eretz Israel during these holidays." It is followed by a biblical quote, "The eyes of God are there from the beginning of the year to the end of the year."

Tashlich, Hebrew for ?casting off,? is a ceremony performed on the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, where pieces of bread are thrown into a body of water to symbolize the ?casting off? of the previous year?s sins. Seder, Hebrew for ?order,? indicates how the observer should perform Tashlich.
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