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Sukkot: Less Is More

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Sukkot: Less Is More

The mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah returns us to simpler values and simpler times.
Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, Sukkot, Materialism, Sukkah

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Anonymous October 10, 2014

This is one of the most inspiring and meaningful things that I have ever watched. Thank you so much for posting this! Reply

Zoe Bowmanville, Canada September 25, 2010

Beautiful Messages I am not a person of faith. I had not a strong family to guide me. I had a family broken by drink and violence. Now, a 33 year old married woman, I seek faith. I seek a sense of spirit and the divine. My new employer is a faithful Jew, and in 1 day of working with him, I have been inspired to learn more about the Jewish faith. This website has ensnared me and touched me. I thank you for putting together this beautiful website, full of loving knowledge, to share with all who wish to embrace it. Thank you. Reply

Richard Raff September 19, 2010

Sukkot: Less is More i remember watching a chumash class online with Rabbi Gordon and he was doing his class live in a Sukkah. The cup always looks full even when its empty, great message. Reply

J Mosley McKinney, TX September 19, 2010

God never ceases to amaze This was so beautiful. I have only foung chadad just a week or so ago. I also recently became a partner. With every video, audio or column that I read, I am so enlightened and lifted. The depth at which your understanding and relevance is amazing. I praise G-d for His great love towards us. Thank you all for changing my life, Reply

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