Happy First Day of Sukkot

On Sukkot may you be blessed with happiness, good health, and prosperity.


During the festival of Sukkot, it was said by Messiah, “Do not judge according to the appearance of a person but, judge righteously”.


May the bounties of the celebration of Sukkot bind you and your family in togetherness, love, and prosperity.


Sukkot celebration is an exemplary excuse to enjoy the Feast of Tabernacles.


Being Jewish is about being in love with Sukkot.


“Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments and has commanded us to kindle the light of the Festival Day.” Enjoy the festival of Sukkot.


Building a Sukkah, or a hut and enjoying are symbolic of the weeklong celebration of Sukkot.


Celebrate God, Celebrate the feast of Sukkot.


Traditions of Sukkot involve decorating a sukkah and spending as much time in it as possible.


There is no such thing as ‘a small act’: there are only ‘small people’. Enjoy the celebrations of Sukkot.


The celebrations of Sukkot teach us that there are two ways to live. You can live believing that nothing in your life is a miracle or you can live believing that everything in your life is a miracle.


The imagery and the ritualistic holiday of Sukkot revolves around rejoicing and thanking God for a complete and full harvest.


-On the occasion of Sukkot, may you and your family be blessed with happiness, pleasure and prosperity.


-The ritualistic holiday of Sukkot is based on delightment and thanking Lord for a complete harvest.


-This Sukkot, pray to God so that all your sins are forgiven, enjoy the ‘Chang HaAsif'(Festival of Ingathering).


-Sukkot is a festival, probably ‘the festival’ for relighting people’s faith in God by praying, performing synagogue services, and reciting prayers of praise.


-The best time of the year for all my Jewish friends, starting from the 15th day of the seventh month, Tishrei till the 21st day…wishing you all a very happy Sukkot festival.


Sukkot is a joyful weeklong holiday and justifiably referred to as Zeman simchateynu, the “season of all our joy.”


Let us wave the lulav and etrog and celebrate the harvest in the land of Israel on this weeklong celebration on Sukkot.


”Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to dwell in the sukkah.” Enjoy the festival of Sukkot.

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