Entering The Sukkah, the Inner Sanctum Sukkot Cycle of life in Halalcha – 24JEWISH ALERTS

Cycle of life in Halalcha: Succot (03/09/13)

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When the Rabbis Do Things by the Book, They Give the Talmud Its Tablet Magazine

Near the end of this week’s Daf Yomi reading, the Talmud offered an anecdote that sheds light on the rabbis’ ideas about good manners. Rav Huna, we read 

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Judaism: Be An Etrog!Arutz Sheva

Daniel Pinner is a veteran immigrant from England, a teacher and an electrician by profession; aTorah scholar who has been active in causes promoting Eretz 

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Torah Is the Highest ValueThe Jewish Press (blog)

“The question really should be not whether a soldier can follow an order which is opposed to what theTorah says. The question should be: How could anyone 

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Leave the house – and be thankful!Jerusalem Post

In the Torah, it is called “chag ha’asif” (the harvest festival) because it falls during the time of harvesting the fields and storing the harvest. Succot is seven days 

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Judaism: Entering the Sukkah, the Inner SanctumArutz Sheva

Why does the Torah present the mitzvah of the Arba’ah Minim before it presents  This many very well be why the Torah first presents the mitzvah of the Arba’ah 

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Reconciling Modern Biblical Scholarship With Traditional Orthodox Tablet Magazine

“Virtually all of the stories in the Torah are ahistorical,” declares a manifesto posted in July on TheTorah.com. “Given the data to which modern historians have 

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Judaism: A Permanent SukkahArutz Sheva

Published: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:20 PM. The sukkah built of Torah and tradition, family and community, is what protected the Jews through the ages.

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Colorado Floods Wreak Havoc With Jewish Holidays as Shuls Battle Jewish Daily Forward

Rising Waters: Congregations in Boulder, Colo. were scrambling to save anything they could after historic floods swept through the region.

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DePauw Jewish community celebrates High HolidaysThe DePauw

Students and community members during the services for the celebration of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, at the Spiritual Life Center on Wednesday, 

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Holiday Reflections: Changing Lives and Observance LevelsChabad.org

With Rosh Hashanah come and gone, Marlene Eichner and her husband, Stephen, are now planning to spend Yom Kippur with their Jewishcommunity at the 

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Jerusalemites Relax, Focus On Holidays Instead of Gas MasksThe Jewish Week

In the days before Yom Kippur on Saturday and the start of Sukkot on Wednesday night, between concern over a possible with Syria and the announcement of a 

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Secrets of the Four SpeciesThe Jewish Voice

Every Jewish holiday is infused with a special energy to help us work on a particular character trait, and to develop certain aspects of our lives. The mitzvot of the 

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Jewish Twins Make Sukkot Fun in KidLit NovelHuffington Post

These books have covered all of the Jewish holidays, Shabbat, Israel, Jewish history and Jewish ethics. My family is grateful for the wonderful gift of literature 

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The Sukkot/Ecclesiastes ConnectionThe Jewish Voice

Each of the Jewish holidays is characterized by a special biblical book (megillah). On Passover, we read Song Of Songs. On Shavuot, we read Ruth. On Sukkot 

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Judaism: Sukkot: a Guide to the PerplexedArutz Sheva

Sukkot is the 3rd Jewish holiday – following Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur – in the month of Tishrei, the most significant Jewish month. According to Judaism 

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Leave the house – and be thankful!Jerusalem Post

Succot is one of the most well-known of the Jewish holidays is seven days long (the eighth day being Shmini Atzeret-Simchat Torah, a separate holiday).

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Letter: Quebecers seem to value international cyclists over religious Montreal Gazette

When parking restrictions were eased to accommodate certain residents of our city, on certain Jewish holidays, certain segments of our population made loudly 

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Rabbi Berel Wein
The Destiny Foundation
would like to wish all of our subscribers a 
Chag Sameach!

In My Opinion

It is quite pleasant here in Israel to live in a succah for a week during this time of the year. The intense heat of our summer months has lessened and the rains and chill of our relatively mild winter have yet to arrive. Though the commandments and requirements of Succot are meant to be observed by Jews wherever in the world they may find themselves, it is clear that the holidays of the Jewish calendar year were tailor made to fit with the climate and natural beauty of the Land of Israel.

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Happiness Through Holiness
Insights for Succos, Shemini Atzeres and Simchas Torah
From the Haftorah Series
5 Lectures
On the heels of the Days of Awe comes a new phase of closeness to God – when joy and celebration take center stage. The intimacy of the sukkah and the fervent dancing with the Torah scrolls are like having dessert after the “meal” of repentance. Fittingly, the word “haftorah” also means dessert, the dessert that completes the Torah portion. So dig right into Rabbi Wein’s delectable serving of the holiday haftorahs. You’ll achieve what this season is all about: happiness through holiness.
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The Navy Yard Shootings

by Yvette Alt Miller
We can’t take life for granted.

Just Breathe: Security & Sukkot

by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
From where do you get your sense of security?

Dating Sukkot-Style

by Aleeza Ben Shalom
Embracing your vulnerability and trusting that God has your best interest in mind.

Dr. Seuss’s Sukkah

by Sukkahworld.com
A fun way to learn about the sukkah.

Living Outside the Comfort Zone

by Emuna Braverman
Sukkot lifts us above our world of illusions.

Sukkot on Mars

by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
It may be a lot closer than you think.

The Sukkah Hop

by Mrs. Lori Palatnik
Discover the joy of community this Sukkot.

Loo Luv: A Sukkot Music Video

by Except Saturday
Sometimes, you gotta just break out of your shell and write an old time rock n’ roll holiday song. Chag Sameach.
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My Son the Doctor-Murderer

by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Unconditional love and the holiday of Sukkot.


The First Hanukkah Was A Sukkot Celebration

This year Hanukkah and Thanksgiving coincide, but did you know the first Hanukkah was actually a belated Sukkot celebration? Read why! MORE>


Kohelet: A Biblical Book With a Sukkot Message
The History of the Pilgrimage Festivals
Sukkot’s Messianic Ideal
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