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Weekly Magazine
Sukkot sn a weeklong festival celebrated by dwelling in the sukkah, taking the lulav and etrog and joyous feasting.
The Sukkah, the Four Kinds, the "Water-Drawing Celebrations," the meaning of unity, the dynamics of joy, the Kabbalah of the willow -- explored via dozens of essays, insights, readings and stories
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Daily Thought
A sukkah is an embrace. You sit inside and G‑d is hugging you. All of you, from head to toe. Whatever you do inside your sukkah—sip a beer, chat with a friend, answer your e‑mail, or just sleep soundly—all is transformed into a mitzvah, a secure and timeless connection with the Infinite. And then, when you leave the sukkah to enter the world, you carry that hug with...
 
 
 
 
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September 23 - 30, 2018

 
Daily Quote
As the will of the infinite and unknowable G-d, every mitzvah is essentially beyond understanding. Yet G-d clothed His commandments in "garments" of reason, so that not only our hands and feet but also our minds and heart should be involved in their fulfillment. This is true of every mitzvah, from the most esoteric...
The Lubavitcher Rebbe