Gal Gadot’s poetic message for Rosh Hashana
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot shares a poetic message for Rosh Hashana wishing her fans
Gal Gadot the heartthrob ‘wonder woman’ turns poetic as she wishes her friends and followers on the Jewish New Year. Quite a surprise it is, behind that beau visage and a stick figure persona there is a heart of a poet.
Gal Gadot in her message on the Jewish new year Rosh Hashana wrote: “This is me, taking a moment thinking about the last year This is me, counting all its blessings This is me, overcoming all its challenges This is me, being thankful for all its lessons This is me, ready for a new year Happy #RoshHashana my friends! May this year bring us nothing but joy.”
Gadot shared a series of black-and-white images of herself dressed in an oversized sweater, fully relaxed, ready and recharged. Her characteristic slender and tapering legs are fully in focus! Gadot who is now looking for a great movie on Netflix ahead which she is acting opposite Dwayne ‘Rock’ Johnson in ‘Red Notice’ took a breather to celebrate Rosh Hashana in a typical Jewish decorum and wrote this message.
Wishing a Happy Rosh Hashana
The post has been liked by 2,381,855 people already in less than 13 hours. Rosh Hashana, literally meaning “head [of] the year”, is the Jewish New Year. The biblical name for this holiday is Yom Teruah, literally “day of shouting or blasting. The ancient instrument’s plaintive cry used in this festival serves as a call to repentance and a reminder to Jews that God is their king. Tradition requires the shofar blower to play four sets of notes on Rosh Hashanah: tekiah, a long blast; shevarim, three short blasts; teruah, nine staccato blasts; and tekiah gedolah, a very long blast
On the family front Gadot welcomed her third daughter in June this year, Gadot announced the birth of her daughter Daniella, sharing an Instagram snap of her husband Yaron Varsano and their three children in bed together. Gadot teased her upcoming film on Instagram Friday, sharing a trailer and tagging her co-stars in the caption.