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One Sukkot in the 1930’s my husband’s great uncle came to visit the family in Wales from Palestine.  When the family finished their meal in the sukkah they went inside to go to bed.  Meanwhile, the uncle stayed put and declared that...

Posted on 2 October 2017, By Rabbi Daniella Kolodny
Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot

Sukkot is known in Jewish tradition as ‘heChag’, the festival, and truly it seems that everything is in it, and in a way, everything is also within Megillat Kohelet, Ecclesiastes, that we read on Shabbat Chol HaMoed, when there is one...

Posted on 2 October 2017, By Rabbi Amanda Golby