Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur do not have a history, they have no memory, no past, no narrative, no drama. Therefore, it is not the time, the birth nor the identity that determine their content. Not what happened in the past, but rather what is possible in the future. The face and the heart are aimed to the time dimension – the future. These two holidays ask: What is the direction your life is taking? How did you choose to live it? Do you have a dream, an aspiration you wish to fulfill?