Make your Sukkos an entirely new experience, by learning the meaning behind the mitzvos as well as how to fulfill them in the best way.
Trying to buy a kosher set of lulav and etrog can leave you confused. If you are not totally familiar with the laws, or find it difficult to apply what you’ve learned to actual practice – this series is for you. This presentation guides you, step-by-step, through everything you need to know about the arba minim (four species).
You’ll learn how to know if your lulav and etrog are kosher, what kind of certification to look for, how to check for flaws and what to do if your arba minim are damaged during the holiday.
The mitzvah of sukkah teaches us that our success is not dependent on our actions. Yes, we need to go through the motions, but at the end of the day, our ability to survive and to thrive are in Hashem’s hand. Real security comes from G-d alone, and this is the meaning behind sukkah. Learn more about the meaning behind sukkah in this presentation.
The laws of sukkah building are very specific. Learn how many walls you need for a kosher sukkah, what the walls can be made of, what materials you can use for schach and how you can support the schach and prevent it from flying away. You’ll also find out why sukkah decorations are so important and how to decorate according to Jewish law.