Thursday Tishrei 22, Sh'mini Atzeret 5704
Torah lessons: Chumash: B'racha, Chamishi with Rashi.
Tehillim: 106-107.
Tanya: On the holy Sabbath (p. 529) (His) will. (p. 529).

One makes kiddush and eats and drinks in the suka, both by night and during the (following) day.

Hakafot on Sh'mini Atzeret night. Haftora: Vay'hi k'chalot until ul'yisrael amo.

We do not say the (specially designated prayer) Yehi ratzon upon leaving the suka.

Sh'mini Atzeret and Rosh Hashana are parallel in many of the kavanot1 and higher yichudim.2 On Rosh Hashana, though, these are in a mode of elevation and on Sh'mini Atzeret in a mode of elicitation from On High downward. On Rosh Hashana man's avoda is with supplication, submission and intense bitterness; on Sh'mini Atzeret it is with joy.