Dedicated to my dear mother, whose birthday is today. Happy Birthday, Mom!
Kids off from school from today for 2 weeks so you will get an abbreviated blog this week and next....
Here's something they didn't teach you in Sunday school:
(You can ask this at the table....)
When the Talmud refers to "ha-chag" - "the holiday" - without specifying which one - which one does it mean?
A: It always means Sukkot.
Sukkot is the archetype of holidays.
It is the greatest of holidays.
And it is the least celebrated.
Why do you suppose that is?
Interested in something meaningful about this festival? Try these links:
Great short article
Collection of thoughtful articles