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Joy is synonymous with the holidays of Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret. But why? What triggers this jubilation?
Something Spiritual on Parshat Emor
Something Spiritual on Sukkot
Amid the Sukkot festivities at the Holy Temple, the Sages would juggle torches. The symbolism here reflects the idea of Sukkot to permeate the mundane with the divine.
We all experience pain and suffering—and wish desperately not to. Is there a difference between the two? What is it? Can we minimize how much suffering we will experience? Explore important tools to help you grow your ability to do just that!
Which is the greatest of the ‘Four Kinds’?
A profound look at the paradox of the willow of the Four Kinds that are 'taken' during the festival of Sukkot: On one hand, the willow is the least virtuous of the Four Kinds and the laws governing its validity the least demanding, yet the willow conveys ...
Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
The "four kinds" taken on Sukkot are each very different, yet in their different-ness they teach us a profound lesson in oneness.
Harnessing the Sukkot Energy for the Whole Year
Throughout the month of Tishrei, which is replete with holidays, we receive many special blessings and divine gifts. Now after its conclusion we ‘unpack’ these tremendous energies of love and joy to utilize them for the entire year.
A 90 second Sukkot insight
In this 90 second video, Choni Milecki and Benny Friedman present the four G’s how to be happy on the holiday of Sukkot
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