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Passover Greetings – Proper English and Hebrew Passover Greetings

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Recently many have asked… “What is the appropriate greeting to use on Passover / Pesach.  There are quite a few.

NOTE: Pesach is Hebrew for Passover

English Passover Greetings

  • Happy Passover

Hebrew Passover Greetings

  • Happy Pesach — Happy Passover
  • Gut Yomtov — Happy Holiday
    •  Response — Gut Yomtov, Gut Yohr — Happy Holiday, Happy Year
  • Chag Sameach — Happy Holiday
  • Chag Pesach Sameach — Happy Passover
  • Chag Kasher V’Same’ach — Wishing you a Happy and Kosher Holiday
  • Chag Kashruth Pesach — Happy Kosher Passover or Happy Kosher Pesach

Hope this list of English and Passover Greetings is helpful.  If it were me, I would choose the greeting appropriate to the recipient.  In other words…  if the person understands Hebrew use a Hebrew one, if not… you may want to use either Happy Passover, Happy Pesach or Chag Pesach Sameach.

If you have any English or Hebrew Passover Greetings to add, feel free to comment below.

If you have any suggestions, comments, or corrective criticisms I would love to hear those as well.

Chag Pesach Sameach in advance,

Roz Fruchtman
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April 1, 2015   6 Comments

Yom HaZikaron – Israeli Memorial Day: Yom HaZikaron Tribute and Israeli Memorial Day eCards Available at Say It With eCards (Judaic Greetings)

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This post is of a more solemn nature…

Today, Monday April 15, 2013 is Yom HaZikaron – Israeli Memorial Day.  This day is set aside each year:

  • to honor the lost, who paid the ultimate price to fight for freedom and for what they believed in.
  • to remember, and to support the families, loved ones and friends – left behind of Israel’s Fallen Soldiers and Victims of Terrorism.

At times like these, I find myself in a unique position because of what I do and the site I own.  Therefore, to respectfully honor, remember and pay tribute to those lost… Say It With eCards offers a good-sized selection of Yom HaZikaron or Israeli Memorial Day eCards in the club’s member area.  There are also “Complimentary” selections that you may send FREE from the site.

Check them out at the link below:

Yom HaZikaron eCards / Israeli Memorial Day eCards
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=415

As a way to further respect this solemn occasion I found a website that explains it beautifully and in depth.  Go here:
http://www.myjewishlearning.com/holidays/Jewish_Holidays/Modern_Holidays/Yom_Hazikaron.shtml

This post and my own tributes were created with what I would like to think of as tastefulness, respect and honor.

Solemn and Warm Regards,

Roz Fruchtman
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April 15, 2013   No Comments

FREE Yom HaShoah eCards: Say It With eCards Remembers and Pays Tribute to Those Lost During the Holocaust via Complimentary Holocaust Remebrance Day eCards

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At sundown this evening, Sunday April 7, 2013 Yom HaShoah (also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day) begins.  Yom HaShoah is celebrated on Monday, April 8, 2013, but begins the evening before at sunset.

Yom HaShoah is the day – each year – set aside to remember the 6 million Jews who perished during the Holocaust.

In my small way, each year, in order to honor and pay tribute to those lost, I offer a selection of FREE Yom HaShoah eCards (Holocaust Remembrance Day eCards) that may be sent complimentary from my Judaic eCards website. (SayItWithEcards.com)

Say It With eCards is generally a fee-based site, but it’s a gift and privilege to be able to break my own rules to show humility, humanity and charity for one and all!

FREE Holocaust Remembrance Day eCards can be found here:
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=109

THANK YOU… for joining me in remembering this horrific event!

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April 7, 2013   No Comments

Passover Edition: Say It With eCards Newsletter – Your 2013 Passover eCards Are Ready…

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WIN/WIN — You are encouraged to share this newsletter in its ENTIRETY with all those you feel might have an interest. You can also post it on your web site or Blog, if you have one and want to share.

Please include my links and personal information at the end of this newsletter so proper credit is given. Thank You. Roz
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Dear Say It With eCards Members:

It’s a Wonderful Wednesday in the neighborhood!
It’s “finally” sunny here in NYC ~cold, but sunny! Another day of shade, rain or snow would have done me in! Oy! We’ve really had it lately! I’ve really had it.

IT’S HERE…

READY OR NOT…
Passover begins next Monday, March 25, 2013 at Sundown!

Passover is in less than 1 week away.
Thank God is does not begin on Shabbos as it did last year. I dislike when holidays begin on Shabbos because they seem to get gobbled up in Sabbath.

Say It With eCards offers an abundant collection of Passover eCards in a variety of categories. For your convenience I am including the

DIRECT links below:

PASSOVER eCards Links

Here are the “Direct Links to the Passover / Pesach eCards”

PASSOVER eCards – See ALL
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=105

PASSOVER eCards BY CATEGORY

Passover eCards – SEE ALL
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=105

Passover eCards – General (traditional)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=276

Passover eCards – 4 Questions (4 Passover Questions)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=392

Passover eCards – Hebrew (There include Hebrew Lettering)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=405

Passover eCards – Macaroons / Macaroon Themed eCards
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=582

Passover eCards – Matzah / Matzoh (so many spellings for Matzah)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=404

Passover eCards – Patriotic (My way of keeping the troops in mind!)
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=275

TO DATE… There are over 120 Pesach eCards available in the Say It With eCards Passover eCards section. These eCards are categorized within 6 Specific Pesach Categories.

WHEN TO SEND Your Passover eCards

Passover begins at sundown on Monday, March 25, 2013 and ends sundown Tuesday, April 2, 2013.

The Passover Holiday is EIGHT (8) Days. Thus you have eight days of opportunities to send your Pesach eCards and connect. Therefore, there is no need to worry, IF you did not get your Passover eCards out in time… It is NEVER too late with eCards!

GETTING BACK TO BASICS

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*RELATIONSHIPS ARE LIFE’s #1 SUPPORT SYSTEM*

It is worth repeating…

With Passover around the corner, it is a fantastic time to reconnect with loved ones, friends, family members and business associates: old and new.

Passover is just a FANtastic time and opportunity to connect. eCards are the most affordable way to do this. A Say It With eCards membership is approximately 7 cents per day, way less than one US Postage Stamp.

Think about it! YOU… HAVE THE ABILITY to make many people feel cared for *in one day* for approximately 7 cents – TOTAL! To someone who enjoys a bargain, this seems like a *super duper bargain* to me!

NEED HELP:

Questions, suggestions, comments… please feel free to drop me a note at any time. Remember… I am only an email away!

Send email to: mailto:roz@SayItWithEcards.com

For quicker delivery, please format the email like so:

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REMINDER:

I’ll be back to remind you again before and during Passover!

Once again… Happy Passover to You & Yours! May it be joyous and full of laughter, kindness, relaxation, peace and abundant love

Chag Pesach Sameach and THANK YOU for allowing me the privilege of serving you and your recipients.

Roz (718) 671-1891
Roz Fruchtman
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March 20, 2013   No Comments

Hanukkah – 12 Ways to Spell Hanukkah, Which is Correct? Who Knows?

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For whatever reason, there are a number of Jewish Holidays with different spellings and all seem to be correct ~depending on who is spelling it or who you talk to.  However, if you Google each, they are all there! I guess if Google says it’s so, IT IS! 😉

A few years ago I wrote a blog post about the many different ways Hanukkah is spelled.  This is a spinoff of that blog post as the problem raises it’s confusing head each and every Hanukkah season.

Here are at least 12 variations of how to spell Hanukkah.  Why are there so many ways, I have no clue!

If you search the Internet the following spellings may be found for Hanukkah:

  • hanukkah
  • hannukkah (this is my personal favorite and the one I use most often)
  • hanukah
  • hannukah
  • hanukka
  • hanuka
  • chanukkah
  • channukkah
  • chanukah
  • channukah
  • chanukka
  • chanuka

Hanukkah is also known as “The Festival of Lights” and “The Feast of Dedication,” and lasts for a period of eight (8) days.

Roz Fruchtman is a New York City Digital Artist.  She is the founder and designer of Say It With eCards at http://www.SayItWitheCards.comand provides a unique, tasteful and artsy “in-the-moment” way for the Jewish Community and those having a need for Judaic Themed eCards to communicate.

Say It With eCards offers more than 200 Hanukkah eCards in Ten Categories.  View them here:
http://www.sayitwithecards.com/index.php?cat_id=108

Chag Hanukkah Sameach — Happy Hanukkah to You and Yours and Those You Care For!

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Roz Fruchtman

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