Tag Archives: Sukkot

Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot 5777–Shabbat Torah Study–Share the Joy

We are in the midst of our wonderfully joyous festival of Sukkot. We are specifically instructed to rejoice. We are commanded to make an effort (even if God forbid effort is necessary) to rejoice in our festival. Having experienced Rosh … Continue reading

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Shabbat Ha’azinu 5777–The Shabbat Between Yom Kippur and Sukkot–Is There an October Dilemma?

This is the Shabbat between Yom Kippur and the start of Sukkot—of course you know that. Yom Kippur was Yom HaDin—the Day of Judgment. Sukkot is Z’man Simchateynu—the Season of Our Rejoicing. Hopefully, we rejoice in anticipation of a beautiful … Continue reading

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Ha’azinu 5776–Shabbat Torah Study at Adat Shalom–Listen Carefully!

This week’s Parasha begins with the word “Ha’azinu!” Listen! Oznayim are ears, so this literally means “Give ear!” But to what or for what are we being implored to listen? Remember in our high holiday services we said in the … Continue reading

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Shabbat Chol HaMoed Sukkot 5775–Shabbat Torah Study at Adat Shalom with Rabbi Aaron Bergman–Joy You Can Count On

By the time you review this, we will be in the midst of the Festival of Sukkot. Among its names, we refer to it as Zeman Simchateynu—the Season of Our Rejoicing. Of course, we are to be joyful in celebrating … Continue reading

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