Spending Holy Days Alone with God

My mindset reset has only just begun, Lord. Thank you for helping me! And thank you for the pleasure I heard from others with whom I shared this idea. They love it because they love YOU, Lord. This is my mindset reset in action for the new year. Yes, it's already begun. My mindset reset includes the popular notion of "attitude of gratitude" because I am grateful for the opportunity to spend time alone with God on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.   Developing my unique, specific gratitude and excitement has taken me many years. It is not typically Jewish to congregate with God alone on the Head of the Year and the Day of Atonement.  In fact, attending synagogue services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is considered obligatory. Go to services or die - literally.  Most people who do not have the means or the life circumstances to attend services are not eager to die as a result.   So, anyone who longs to connect with God on the Days of Awe, but ha