Succot

Succot is one of the most festive of holidays, the feast of the tabernacle, celebrating the protection afforded the Jewish people as they wandered the desert forty years after the Exodus from Egypt. In honor of the holiday’s historical significance, we are commanded to “dwell” in a Succah, temporary shelters, as our ancestors did in the wilderness, and to use the lulav and the etrog.

Succot is one of the most festive of holidays, the feast of the tabernacle, celebrating the protection afforded the Jewish people as they wandered the desert forty years after the Exodus from Egypt. In honor of the holiday’s historical significance, we are commanded to “dwell” in a Succah, temporary shelters, as our ancestors did in the wilderness, and to use the lulav and the etrog.

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