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Sukkot in a weeklong festival celebrated by dwelling in the sukkah, taking the lulav and etrog and joyous feasting.
The Sukkah, the Four Kinds, the "Water-Drawing Celebrations," the meaning of unity, the dynamics of joy, the Kabbalah of the willow -- explored via dozens of essays, insights, readings and stories
What we physically own or possess is not what brings true happiness.
Life, as we all know, is not a Disney movie, and home is not a Disney resort. With all of its suffering, stresses and tests, however, real life is still one colossal ride.
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Daily Thought
In the end, have you actually changed the past? The events of the past have not changed and neither has their sequence. The objects, the subjects—all remains as all was. But their meaning is now vastly different. And that is all that really matters. Because nothing is real in this world, all is transient, here only for now, vanished in a time later, all except for meaning. The meaning of each event, that is forever. And according to where you take...
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