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Gal Gadot’s Rosh Hashanah Greeting

We can think of five-thousand, seven hundred, and seventy-nine reasons we’re grateful for the new year, and Gal Gadot is one of them.

The Israeli superstar graced social media this week with a Rosh Hashanah greeting that walked the fine line between Pinterest-y and rabbinic. Gadot, who is slated to star in the “Wonder Woman” follow-up, the Hedy Lamar mini-series, and a Duane Johnson action-comedy in 5779, wished her fans “Happy Rosh Hashanah!” in a message posted to Twitter and Instagram on Monday. “May we always enjoy the simple things in life, be happy with what we have and respectful to each other,” she captioned a photo of herself by Israeli fashion photographer Dudi Hasson. “May we accept and appreciate those who are different and see the beauty in that..I wish you all a great happy and healthy new year!” she wrote.

And if we may add a paraphrased quote from Diana Prince herself, “May we fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.”

Jenny Singer is the deputy lifestyle editor for the Forward. You can reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter @jeanvaljenny

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