The joyful days of Sukkot are also a profound time of spiritual power. Sukkot is observed by living in temporary shelters -- booths -- and waving the four kinds. You've arrived at a supreme source of information about the spiritual journey of Sukkot. Enjoy!
Sukkot 2021: September 20-27.
Discover the meaning of Sukkot. The Meaningful Life Center offers hundreds of insights that could take your Sukkot experience to a new level of joy. Learn about the spiritual and Kabbalistic meaning of the Four Kinds — lulav (palm branch), etrog (citron), hadas (myrtle branches), and aravot (willow branches). What does the sukkah itself mean? How is sukkot a celebration of unity? And so much more…
“And you shall take for yourselves… the splendid fruit of a tree, fronds of dates, the branch of a thick-leafed tree and aravot of the river.” King Solomon, the Midrash tells us, was mystified by this verse.Read More
A discussion about joy as the dominant theme of Sukkot, and the inner dimensions of the four species and other observances during the holiday.Read More