First it was Easter (the crucifixion to the resurrection), then Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha (the end of Ramadan and the 10th day of the Hajj), and now the 10-day holy period of Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur (New Year’s Day to The Day of Atonement) which begins tonight. In Australia, all taking place under some sort of lockdown. It’s as if God had said to all who believed in him: Look, I created this pandemic for a reason. And you still haven’t worked it out by now? Hint: be nice to one another. Which is actually interesting when you think about it, because Rosh Hashanah isn’t actually the start of a new Jewish calendar year at all, rather the symbolic beginning of a…