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1.Sukkot is the Jewish holiday that teaches us the joys of doing without

In the coming days, neighborhoods that are home to Orthodox Jewish families are experiencing their annual eruption of ...

From : Religion News Service

2.What are the Jewish High Holy Days? A look at Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and a month of celebrating renewal and moral responsibility

As the Jewish community prepares to celebrate the High Holy Days, a scholar of the Bible explains their history and why they ...

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3.Questions and answers on Sukkot

So many questions arise. Is last year’s sukkah still kosher? How many people must a sukkah accommodate? What rules apply to the walls and the roof? What happens if rain beats down on the sukkah? There ...

From : J Wire

4.Falling Slowly: Part 5 of Our Aliyah Journey

We bless you all with a balanced Sukkot, slowly falling into the awareness that we are safe even if we’re not in control.

From : The Times of Israel

5.Parenting from the Chag: Chag Succot – A Foundation of Love

As we transition from Yom Kippur to Succot, from the intensity of the Yamim Noraim to the excitement of Chag Succot, we must ...

From : The Times of Israel

6.These Jerusalem sukkahs are nicer than yours

Amit Zakoon's flower business started with a seed - literally - but it quickly grew into one of Jerusalem's premier purveyors ...

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7.Mayor Meister: A vision of unity for West Hollywood

Mayor Lauren Meister was sworn in to office Monday night at City Council’s meeting. She took the opportunity to address the ...

From : WEHOville

8.SukkahCo. Brothers Keep the Sukkah Business in the Family

The three brothers say they try to never forget that SukkahCo. is more than a business; it is also a mitzvah. Eight years ago, while fellow yeshiva students relaxed during the High Holidays, ...

From : Jewish Journal

9.Religion is not a political tool - editorial

There is a trend within the ultra-Orthodox run Chief Rabbinate to dismiss any act of religion that does not meet its strict ...

From : The Jerusalem Post Blogs

10.We All Want to Fly: Two Short Messages for My Kids

My kids and I were outside building our sukkah, surrounded by a bunch of kids from the neighborhood, everyone excited to take part in what seemed to be one of the biggest building projects of the ...

From : aishcom

11.The struggles of infertility and trying to build a home

I was approaching 42 and had to start fertility treatment. Instead of learning the lesson that maybe I wasn’t meant to be a ...

From : The Jerusalem Post Blogs

12.Kreplach Isn’t Something to Fight About

Many Jews with Eastern European roots eat kreplach three times a year: in preparation for the Yom Kippur fast, on Hoshana Raba, which is the last day of the weeklong festival of Sukkot, and Purim.

From : aishcom

Wikipedia sayings about what time does sukkot start 2021


of the agricultural cycle. Jews around the world eat in sukkot for seven days and nights. Sukkot concludes with Shemini Atzeret, where Jews begin to pray

2.Academic term

university academic year typically divides into two semesters which start after Sukkot (typically mid to late October) and end in June or July. Some academic term