Rosh Hashanah also knows as Jewish Year, is a time where one looks back on past mistakes and plans to make changes so that those past mistakes aren't repeated.
Work isn't qualified during the holiday. The entire day is spent almost entirely in the synagogue studying a prayer book that was created for Rosh Hashanah called the Machzor.
A common practice during the holiday is to eat apples dipped in honey. This treat is symbolic of wishes of a sweet start to the new year.
Yom Kippur is the most important Jewish year holiday, occuring only 10 days after Rosh Hashanah. It means "dayof atonement," which is a day to "atone" sins that were of the last year.
Nobody is permitted to work during the holiday. Majority of the day was spent in the Temple where the book of Jonah is read. The stories that are vocalized teach that no other person no other person or being is beyond God's hand.
There's 3 essential components. 1. Teshuvah- 10 days leading up to holiday known as Ten Days of Repentance. 2. Prayer- Begins the evening before Yom Kippur day with a haunting song called Kol Nidre 3. Fasting- It is marked by 25 hours of no consumption of food or drink. Days of Repentance