Tashlikh is a Hebrew word meaning "casting off" and is a Jewish tradition performed on the afternoon of Rosh Hashanah. The custom is to go to a large, natural flowing water (such as a river, lake or sea, etc), and 'throw' into it all previous year's sins. This is an interpretation of the bible ceremony: "You will cast all their sins into the depths of the sea." (Micah 7:18-20).
This tropical beach picture places the view on the sand with the surf rolling in gently. A lone starfish lies on the beach awaiting a beach comber to discover it. Neither the photographer nor the location of this beach is identified. But I want to be there NOW!~!!!
Starfish - I still love the story of casting back the starfish stranded on the shore... "What difference can it make to save one starfish when there are miles of beach and thousands of stranded starfish."......"It matters to this one.