The main Jewish holidays
In the Bible there are two beginnings calendar year. One is New Year
fall (month Tichri) and evokes the creation of the world, and the other
is the year of spring (the Pessah holiday) that evokes the birth of Israel.
Another holiday is Rosh ha Shana ceremonies marking the beginning of
the new fall. This is a day dedicated to rest and repentance of reason.
Remember the sacrifice of Abraham and waiting evoking revelation coming
of the Messiah.
The holy day of all is Yom Kippur. This is a day of rest absolute of
fasting (not eating and not drink anything), abstinence, prayer and repentance.
On this day the participant to ask forgiveness before God must straighten
sins committed against the neighbor, this day being called into repentance
and forgiveness. "The Lord God says: I wish I did and I'm not likely
death of the wicked to repent and be alive?" (Ezekiel 18.23)