The shofar is not only a symbol we all associate with Tishrei, but it’s also a symbol of Judaism. Many of us only think about the shofar at the High Holy days, but in ancient times it was used regularly in religious rites.
Blow the shofar at the new moon, at the full moon for our feast-day.Psalm 81:3
In Psalms, we see the order to blow the shofar at both the new moon, Rosh Chodesh, and the full moon feast days. Historically the shofar would have been used to call us to prayer and attention for a myriad of reasons and events.
The shofar was also the sound of G-d/dess’ voice we hear at Sinai.
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