For A Good Year

Among the joys of this time of year are the voices. Just listen as you walk down Raritan Avenue and you will hear them. “L’Shana Tova,” “For a Good Year” drowns out the cacophony of horns, brakes and motors. People take the time to stop, smile and greet one another with sincere wishes for a “good” not necessarily a “happy” New Year, since good connotes having a year of doing good for others, a greater good than individual happiness. The Highland Park Press staff would like to join this symphony of good wishes – even if it is by means of a virtual instrument. May the community members find joyfulness in working together “L’Shana Tova.”

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