L’Shana Tova means “[have a] good year. The Jewish New Year is celebrated during the holiday known as Rosh Hashana which starts on the night of Wednesday September 4th and traditional continues till Friday September 6th (although in Israel and in less traditional sects it is only celebrated for one day). In between the time between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur people of the Jewish faith ask G-D to be forgiven of their sins so that they can be written in the book of life. I believe forgiveness will be granted for those who not only ask G-D, but also ask for forgiveness for those that they have wronged and commit to try to become a better person.
Therefore I would like to apologize to anybody that I have personally hurt either directly or indirect and ask that they accept my apology. Please note in the future that I will take due diligence to try to avoid those mistakes in the future. I also forgive those who asked for forgiveness in word or deed and plead to G-D to accept their repetence. L’Shana Tova to you.