Monthly Archives: September 2013

Entering the Sukkah

Is this a Sukkah? Read on to discover more. Sukkot began as one of the three major harvest festivals of the ancient Hebrew people. In the spring, farmers harvested winter wheat during Matzot (shepherds called it Pesakh/”Passover”). In the summer, … Continue reading

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Goodbye to 5773

As we prepare for Yom Kippur and the end of another Jewish New Year season, I was reminded of last year’s High Holiday sermons on “Our Torah” from the perspective of Humanistic Judaism. If you don’t mind experiencing them a year … Continue reading

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