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The seventh day of Sukkot is called "Hoshana Rabbah" and is considered the final day of the divine... Read More »
It is customary to remain awake on the night preceding Hoshanah Rabbah and study Torah. We recite the... Read More »
In addition to the Four Kinds taken every day of Sukkot, it is a "Rabbinical Mitzvah", dating back to... Read More »
A festive meal is eaten in the Sukkah. We dip the bread in honey (as we did in each festive meal... Read More »
The festival of Sukkot, commemorating G-d's enveloping protection of the Children of Israel during... Read More »
"And you shall take for yourself on the first day," instructs the Torah in Leviticus "the splendid... Read More »
When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, one of the special Sukkot observances was to pour water on... Read More »
The seven days of the festival of Sukkot consist of two days of "Yom Tov", followed by five days of... Read More »
An ox was once being led to sacrifice, but would not budge. A poor man came along with a bundle of endive in his hand. He held it out towards the ox, which ate it... and then allowed itself to be led to sacrifice. In a dream it was revealed to the owner of the ox: "The poor man's sacrifice superceded yours."
– Midrash Rabbah

Some gripe that they cannot reach out for G-d‘s help because they are not worthy.

Others celebrate that, as unworthy as they are, they have a G‑d who answers their cries.

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