The Levush says we circle the bimah during Hoshanot because of the joy of the holiday. How is Hoshanot, circling the bimah, and beating the aravah the major manifestation of simcha on Sukkot? Download the mekorot here Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime
The mitzvah of the arba minim and sukkah appear to be opposites. We are required to hold the 4 minim in hand (נטילת לולב) and one is obligated to own his own set. The Sukkah on the other hand envelops us and there’s no concept of לכם. What are the messages of each one? When the […]
The Mechaber discusses the reason we sit in sukkot. What are the halachic ramifications of whether our sukkot commemorate the Ananei HaKavod or actual sukkot they used in the desert? Shiur provided courtesy of Torah Anytime
Many learn that “חג הסוכות תעשה” is an implicit blessing, if you perform the mitzvah of ישיבת סוכה, you will merit to perform it next year as well. Why is the mitzvah of sukkah a segulah for a long life? Why does it say אני ה’ אלקיכם regarding sukkah? Download the mekorot here Shiur provided courtesy […]
רמב”ם סוכה פרק ו The two aspects of the mitzvah of sukkah according to the Rambam are 1) that a person has an obligation to live in the sukkah and 2) that the sukkah is his permanent dwelling during the seven days of sukkot.
What are Hoshanos? Why do we say them? Why is the schedule the way it is? What’s “Ani Vaho?” Find out all this and more with this colorful, downloadable PDF!
Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com Summary by Channie Koplowitz Stein As we leave the Days of Awe with the close of Yom Kippur and begin our preparations for Sukkot, we are left to ponder the deeper significance of the holiday and the central command to dwell in sukkot for seven days. Is there a connection between Yom […]