Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Recent Interesting Links - Erev Sukkot, 5772

חג שמח and מועדים לשמחה to everyone!

May Hashem soon establish for us Sukkat David Hanofelet, using all interpretations.


At Mon Oct 17, 07:28:00 PM 2011, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Since most Jews do not say a she'hechiyanu on the 2nd night of Sukkot anywhere in the known universe on the specific mitzvah of sitting or dwelling in a Sukkah, why would rain on the 2nd night of Sukkot be any worse than rain on the third night or the sixth night? just curious. Saying a She'hechiyanu on sitting in the Sukkah on the Yom Tov sheini shel galiyot would be equivalent to saying a she'hechiyanu on taking up the lulav on the 2nd day of Yom Tov. And no one does this.


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