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Tomorrow evening is Erev Sukkot. In our neck of the woods it begins at 7:08p with candle lighting (that’s 18′ before sunset). The first day is the 15th of the month of Tishrei, which would correspond to Monday, Sept. 28. … Continue reading
These are the things you need for Sukkot: an etrog (citron), a lulav (palm frond), three chadasim (myrtle twigs) and two aravot (willow twigs). Chag Sameach!! “Joyful Festival”
L’shana Tova!! Happy Rosh Hashanah! May we all be inscribed for a wonderful, joyful, & fruitful New Year! Blow the Shofar! This is the longest Tekia Gadol I have ever heard!
We have decided to try this recipe tonight for Rosh haShanah! It’s Quinoa & Apple Stuffed Acorn Squash found at dailygarnish.com.
Shavuot begins Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014, 18 minutes before sunset. It is celebrated for two days. It is a celebration of joy for the harvest. It is the 50th day since Pesach (Passover). It is traditionally celebrated as the day … Continue reading
Today is Simchat Torah–––Joy of Torah! At this time the Torah is started from the beginning again–––Genesis (Bereshit in Hebrew). Read just a little each day. Meditate on it as you go & listen in your spirit. Have an open … Continue reading
A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches! Proverbs 22:1 The Lord does not appreciate a loose tongue wagging in judgment against His family. It pays to be nice!
This is our Sukkah from yrs ago. Would seat ~10 peeps. You can’t really see the branches on top.