A Note from Eugenia Rosen September 24, 2016
She is very thankful to the Board of Directors of Aquarius that the Jewish holidays are being observed. She is especially attentive that for the Aquarius Meeting of October 4 there was a change of schedule to respect the Rosh Hashana – Jewish New Year.
She is also very pleased that the Yom Kippur — Day of Atonement has been declared a non working day at the building.
The idea, says Eugenia R., is that the community is diverse. Celebrating and respecting this diversity makes all living in here more aware, more congenial, more appreciative of other cultures and their traditions. At the end all live in a stronger and better community where conflict is replaced by harmony, dissent by consensus and competitiveness is replaced by collaboration.
The fact that the Board of Director is attentive and respectful of the several beliefs present in the Aquarius Association is very positive and conducive to the well-being of all.