This final portion is read on the Yom Tov of Simchas Torah. We dance and celebrate the conclusion of the reading of the Torah. To focus on the positive side, it is easily understood why we would dance. 156 more words
Tags » Succos
The Talmud (P’sachim 71a, Succah 48a) tells us that even though the Torah tells us (D’varim 16:14-15) that on Succos we should rejoice for seven days, we are also supposed to rejoice on the night of the eighth day (the night after the seventh day ends, when Sh’mini Atzeres starts). 976 more words
We take this opportunity to wish you and yours a Chag Samei’ach – a joyous Succos festival.
An Eruv Tavshilin Reminder: Since Shabbos comes immediately after the first days of Succos this year it is necessary to make an Eruv Tavshilin on Wednesday, Erev Succos. 68 more words
Treat your family and guests to a magnificent meal with six free recipes from ArtScroll’s best-selling cookbooks. Scroll down for free downloadable recipe cards, or click the images below to view the individual recipes larger on your screen. 321 more words