When Celebrating Sukkot, ‘The More the Merrier’

During Sukkot, we are called to practice hakhnasat orchim   (hospitality to guests). It is said that on each night of Sukkot, magical guests known as ushpizin visit the sukkah. On this VIP guest list are....
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Healing the World with Two Simple Words

A child first learning to apologize, will typically hang their head low in shame, avoiding eye contact. The words “I’m sorry” will be soft and meek.  Apologizing is publically admitting to doing something wrong and causing suffering to others. The point of apologizing is to acknowledge where we have gone wrong so that we may do better going forward. Being forgiven is just the icing on the cake....
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Tekiah!

On Rosh Hashanah, it is a mitzvah to hear the blowing of the shofar. To fulfill the mitzvah, one must truly hear the shofar. An echo doesn’t count, and neither does a recording. It is a climactic moment in the cycle of the Jewish year. 
But what if you weren’t allowed to hear the shofar blown on Rosh Hashanah? 
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