Rosh HaShanah arrives majestically at the beginning of the Jewish calendar year, marking the Day of Judgment and start of the Days of Awe. This is an intense time of introspection, prayer, and striving for personal improvement. On Rosh HaShanah, we coronate God as King amidst shofar blasts, and begin the Ten Days of Repentance that culminate in the fast of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. There are three Morasha classes on Rosh HaShanah: the first deals with the cycle of the Jewish calendar and God’s Judgment; the second class focuses on the themes expressed in the Rosh HaShanah Mussaf Service: God’s Sovereignty (Malchiyot), Remembrances (Zichronot), and the Shofar (Shofrot). The third class examines two of the experiential components of Rosh HaShanah – the simanim we eat on the first night of Rosh HaShanah and the custom of Tashlich.