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At the suggestion of my Chabad rabbi, I decided that I want to have my own lulav and etrog set for the holiday of Sukkot, so that my entire family can take part in the observance. When the holiday is over, should I just throw it in the garbage?
Question: For every mitzvah there is a blessing. Why do we not say a blessing when we build the sukkah? Response: While building the sukkah is a mitzvah, the mitzvah is not concluded until you actually dwell in it during Sukkot. Thus building the sukkah w...
The sukkah covering must provide enough cover so that when the sun is shining overhead there is more shade than sun in the sukkah...
After filling the storehouses with the summer harvest, a person might feel confident about his financial situation, and forget the Creator who supplied him with all this material wealth.
An etrog is a yellow (or lime-colored) citrus fruit used by Jews during the week-long holiday of Sukkot as one of the Four Species.
The short answer is that you may both build and take down a sukkah on the intermediate days of Sukkot. But it’s not so simple.
The Mishnah analogizes rain on Sukkot to a servant who comes to pour wine for his master, and the master pours a jug of water in his face. Here is what this means for those of us who experience rain almost every Sukkot
Take this quiz to see how much you know about the Lulav and Etrog!
Every year I get all inspired. But somehow it dissipates pretty quickly . . .
Many, including Chabad, prefer “Calabria etrogim,” grown on the southern Italian coast in the region of Calabria. Why are these etrogim so prized?
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