What does Gmar Chatimah Tova mean?
That is it, simple, easy peasey, all I want is a definition. Oh, you want some multiple choice action. NOPE. I will not use it in a sentence, it is a sentence. I just want to know if you know what it means. All this questioning, is the entire reason, I am not a teacher.
I will give you a couple of minutes to think about it, and most likely to google it, and then to come back with the text book definition. Heck, I guess I could save you the trouble and get the definition from google myself.
Gmar Chatimah Tova translation; Literally: A good final sealing Idiomatically: May you be inscribed (in the Book of Life) for GoodWho knew. Certainly not me, which is why I was all excited about the pop quiz. I have never heard that one, not in my 15 years of celebrating this holiday of Yom Kippur. I like the whole idea of being inscribed for good. Last year, I think we may have slipped out of the Book of Good. It wasn't such a good year. This year, I am optimistic. Bob won his fantasy baseball league, more on that tomorrow, and I would say that generally, thing seem more sunny here than last year.
So, I hope you are inscribed for good today.