There’s a rhythm to Jewish life. The Jewish holidays offer the kickoff and the year’s peak spiritual experience. The rituals — the rabbi’s sermon, apples and honey, community — are ingrained in many of us. And this year, of course, will be different. We’re here to help you make the most of the High Holidays, despite our distancing. Spend the Jewish month of Elul preparing for reflection. Make Yom Kippur meaningful from your living room. Build a sukkah, even on your tiny balcony or in your postage-stamp backyard, because it’s the original socially-distanced holiday.