Sukkot (Hebrew: סוכות), meaning Tabernacles, is the autumnal 'foot festival' in which Jews are commanded to leave their permanent houses and to dwell in booths for seven days.
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As Sukkot begins, some wise words from @marceelias: "Democracy is fragile. Democracy is like that sukkah...It is not a permanent structure that will just naturally weather storms. It is something that you need to tend to, because it's not going to last without you tending to it." https://t.co/LRt1XRFA4H
I will be off the grid this Monday and Tuesday and again NEXT Monday and Tuesday for the last of the full holidays beginning with Sukkot and ending with Shmini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. https://t.co/e85BlzjVhf
Okay! I have the brownies ready to cut, the glaze on the fresh tarragon lemon bread is soaking in/cooling/setting, first round of 4ish of cookies are in the oven, and then if I have time to make buttermilk blueberry banana bread before Sukkot, gonna do it. https://t.co/wknoc3y2e9
Sukkot is Judaism’s harvest and thanksgiving holiday. It begins at sunset of October 9 and concludes at sunset of October 16. Through Sukkot rituals, we link ourselves to the land of Israel. One ritual is constructing a sukkah, a temporary dwelling or hut. https://t.co/MCGhXqLrid
This week marks the Jewish festival of #Sukkot, when we celebrate the gathering of the harvest and commemorate the 40 years the Israelites spent wandering the desert after their Exodus from Egypt. Chag Sukkot Sameach to all! 🌿🍋 https://t.co/tDErcdzoRV