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09/07/2012 11:34 am ET Updated Sep 07, 2012

High Holidays 2012: A HuffPost Community Observance Of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur And Sukkot (LIVEBLOG)

A Jew blows a shofar, Ram's horn while others pray as they perform Tasklikh, a Rosh Hashanah ritual for casting sins upon the
A Jew blows a shofar, Ram's horn while others pray as they perform Tasklikh, a Rosh Hashanah ritual for casting sins upon the waters, in front of the Mediterranean sea, in Ashdod, Israel, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011. Tasklikh is when Jews symbolically throw their sins into moving water during the New Year holiday of Rosh Hashana. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

The High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot are considered some of the holiest days of the Jewish year. Observed during the Hebrew month of Tishrei, the High Holidays take place from Sept. 16 to Oct. 8 in 2012.

As this sacred time approaches, HuffPost Religion will update this page daily with prayers, reflections, verses, poetry, songs and blogs to help you grow spiritually during this time. We also hope to highlight the diversity of the Jewish community and holiday observance.

HuffPost Religion invites you to share your reflections and experience during the Jewish High Holidays with us. How did you prepare for Rosh Hashanah? Are you fasting for the first time on Yom Kippur? Is this first time you will build a sukkah?

This is your blog. If you are interested in contributing, send your submission to religion@huffingtonpost.com. We're accepting photos and personal stories (150-300 words) about observing the High Holidays.

We look forward to hearing from you, and Shanah Tovah to all!

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