Sukkot Chol ha-Moed Day 5 (Hoshana Raba) – סוכות יום ז׳ (הושענא רבה)


The Torah tells us one more detail about the Sukkot food – unleavened dough – that they ate on their first night in these makeshift booths. But we also relate Matzah with Pesach, which commemorates the same night. So how is the meaning of Sukkot different? There still seems to be a missing event of why we celebrate Sukkot.
Rabbi Fohrman takes a deeper look at the Torah readings surrounding the story of Sukkot, and explores the real meaning of why we celebrate Sukkot, and the reason we build and sleep in sukkah huts.

Hoshan Portion: Numbers 29:26 – 29:34

1: Numbers 29:26-28
2: Numbers 29:29-31
3: Numbers 29:32-34
4: Numbers 29:29-34

Torah fPortion: Numbers 29:26 – 29:34u

1: Numbers 29:26-28
2: Numbers 29:29-31
3: Numbers 29:32-34
4: Numbers 29:29-34