Hat•cha•la cha•da•sha, a new beginning, is an healthy outlet from ways that went wrong. We all deserve a fresh start whether it is granted to us by God or by other people.
Many times, however, we initiate hat•cha•la cha•da•sha in different areas in our life, whether it is in our work field, such as starting a new job; or a new beginning in our personal life. All New Year’s Resolutions are vows of hat•cha•la cha•da•sha. If you have recently checked the polls about the most popular wishes you won’t be surprise to find out that the famous ‘starting a healthier, leaner diet’ is still on the top of the list of new beginnings. US government reports the 13 most frequent resolutions for 2014. On the top of that list you’ll find: ‘lose weight’ followed by the surprising #2: ‘Volunteer to Help Others.’ ‘Drink Less Alcohol’ is closing the list.
New beginning requires a personal sacrifice: any time we forgive someone, forgo old ways, waive obligations, and so on, we embark on a new beginning. Repentance is actually asking for an opportunity for a new beginning.