Our lives in our hands on Sukkos

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3 Responses

  1. mb says:

    This is lovely.
    You British seem to write so well.

  2. Mordechai Edel says:

    Moadim l’Simcha to one and all ,
    I was looking for a Rav Dessler article when I just happened to stumble on Rabbi Belovski’s wonderful words . B’H”, this time last year we actually were blessed to be guests in Rabbi Belovski’s unforgetably simchadick sukkah .
    Hear Hear to the previous comment . However it definately has more “Shake a Lulav ” vibrations than ” Shake a spearian ” .
    A sweet year from the Edel’s in even wetter Vancouver ,Canada

  3. Steve Brizel says:

    I think that one can find many links between RH, YK and Sukkos. Here is one suggestion-RH offers all of Klal Yisrael the opportunity to wake up and start thinking about teshuvah. YK is inclusive of both the individual and the community, as is RH where we see very different texts for the community and the individual. YK, as a Taanis Tzibur, must include, Tzadikik, Beinonim and Reshaim to be defined as such. Taking the Arbah Minim together reminds us that we are all together, regardless of our spiritual levels.

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