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).
Food for Thought: "Dolce far Niente” (Italian for “The Sweetness of Doing Nothing”)........... ….is a phrase I caught from that movie with Julia Roberts, "Eat Pray Love" When you are our of town for weeks at a time, living at a hotel, you watch whatever is on TV, and the scene about this Italian phrase inspired some "Food for Thought", since I realized I already mastered the "Sweet Art of Doing Nothing"....so here is my take on it........
Hey you look around Can you hear than noise it's a rebel sound We got nowhere else to go And when the sun goes down and we fill the streets You're gonna dance till the morning to the rebel's beat You can take everything from me, oh yeah You can take everything from me Cause this all I need