• Khag Sukkot sameah!

    Sukkot - Holy Tabernacles - one of the main holy days of the Jewish people begins on the 15th of the month of Tishrei (autumn). On the day of Sukkot, which is called the “Hour of Our Joy,” Jews live at the hourly awakenings covered with gilts, called sukkah, in which they celebrate and praise the Almighty on all these days. I'm getting empty.

    Sukkot lasts 7 days. In Judaism, this is one of three prominent days, Shalosh Regalim, since the historical Jewish population has risen in price to the Jerusalem Temple.

    The events of Sukkot are historical and rural. The one that the Book of Vikhod recalls is agricultural in its nature - “I give birth holyly” - and signifies the end of the harvest and, therefore, the agricultural fate in Israel. Historically, Sukkot signifies the forty-year period during which the children of Israel grew emptier, surviving in the dark corners of the hour.

    The word sukkot means chicken. The sukkah is an hour-long dwelling in which farmers lived while harvesting their crops. As stated in the Book of Leviticus, the sukkah tells the Jews about the kurens, where the ancient Israelites wandered for 40 years in the desert after leaving slavery in Egypt.

    Subject to Halacha, the walls of the sukkah may be made from any material, including wood, tarpaulin, plaster, or the original walls of glass or aluminum. The sukkah can stand on its own or the walls can be pressed into place. Before Sukkot, Jews will burn incense and live in a new way for a whole holy day. It is customary to decorate the Sukkah, if possible. Here the family eats their meals, greets their guests, and goes to bed. The sukkah, located near the synagogue, is used by people who chant the Torah, as well as for meals with kiddush, circumcision ceremonies and vikup of the first son in the family.

    The seventh day of Sukkot is called Hoshana Rabba (Great Hoshana), which has its own special laws. Everyday people read the blessing, holding a lulav and etrog in their hands. In Hoshana Rabbah in Heaven, all special services are “closed” and issued on Rosh Hashanah. At Sukkot, the Almighty judges not the skin of the skin, but the whole world as a whole, depending on how much fate falls, how much fruit the trees bear.

    On the seventh day of Sukkot, the remaining virok is sealed with a signet. Hoshana Rabbah often tells Yom Kippur. As on Yom Kippur, on this day this prayer is especially important. The culmination of Sukkot is the eighth day called Shemeni Atzeret (start on the eighth).

    Tradition is holy Sukkot. One of the most important laws of Sukkot is the mitzvah of “four shoots”, when you combine at once lulav - a long-lasting fillet that has not blossomed, date palms, etrog - citron, adasim - little fragrant myrtle leaves, and aravot - modesty little leaves. and willows and pray over them especially blessed . The symbolism of this commandment is connected with the understanding of the authorities of these regions: the taste and the smell. The relish symbolizes inner joy, infused with the additional wisdom of the Tories. The smell that spreads everywhere from the dew symbolizes the actions of people: following the Law and helping others.

    Etrog. Just as here there is a delicious taste and a wonderful aroma, so among the people of Israel there are people who have deeply learned the Torah and follow all the commandments.

    Lulav. Just as dates have a pleasant taste, but the smell is reduced, so among the people of Israel you can find those who read the Torah without hesitation.

    Adasim. Just as myrtle has a wonderful aroma, but not relish, so among the people of Israel there are those who do good deeds, but do not read the Torah.

    Aravot. Just as the willow is shortened by its taste and smell, so among the Jews there are those who do not learn the Torah and do not give good information.

    Thus, the internal place of this mitzva is the same for all Jews, no matter what the stink may be.

    We are living as a skin Jew on Holy Sukkot!

    This is your heart, and may you forever be kind and kind, and may you never settle down as a bastard! The palm tree is a backbone, and may it be beautiful and strong for you, so that you can withstand whatever wind comes your way! It is peace in your eyes, and let your stench never again burn with the fire of happiness and mercy! The willow is the mouth, and don’t let your stench ever tell the truth! We wish you all peace, prosperity, prosperity both in your home and in your home!! Happy, kind and peaceful Sukkot!