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Water Drawing Celebrations, The: Celebration accompanying the water libation ceremony on Sukkot in Temple times, recalled today by Sukkot celebrations.
Drawing joy! Let’s define Simchat Beit HaSho’evah: The seasonal Sukkot celebration that poured happiness out of a bucket of water in the Beit HaMikdash (Holy Temple), and why that’s relevant today!
When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, wine was poured on the altar daily, but on the festival of Sukkos there was an additional water libation after the morning service.
When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, wine was poured on the altar daily, but on the festival of Sukkos there was an additional water libation after the morning service. The seven nights of Sukkos were spent celebrating the drawing of this water, which...
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.
The nights of the festival of Sukkos are marked by Simchas Beis Hashoeva, dancing and joyous celebration reminiscent of the festivities in Temple times. The final day of Sukkos, Hoshana Rabbah, is marked in a more solemn way, as it is the day on which the...
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