What Does Teshuva Have to Do with Sukkos?

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9 Responses

  1. etonmizrachi says:

    how do u haVE TIME TO WRITE ALL THIS STUFF ,WE ARE TOO BUSY erev yom tov WE CANT POSSIBLY READ this 20 pages wake up

    • Aharon B says:

      Eton, why so negative? It’s a beautiful dvar Torah. Don’t have time to read it now? Print it out and read it on Yom Tov. Chag Sameyach.

  2. Sara N says:

    Wow! Yashar koach! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  3. Harold says:

    Right on, much inspiring, greatly appreciated !

  4. mr. lipman says:

    It’s a real pity that there are people out there who feel the need to knock anything that makes them feel threatened or that somehow seems in conflict with the exact derech they were brought up on. Te rambam, for starters had his books burned..was that wrong? Not at the time..he was thought to be a heretic

    Eton, instead of bashing something because you can’t comprehend it, learn the fact that there a 70 faces of Torah..Take a seat at the table and listen..that is how we all grow…

    Yehuda, it is clear that you are someone who thinks out of the box..Opa would be proud of you!

  5. aline goodman says:

    Yehuda,
    Thank you for sharing this. You always have insightful things to say….how about a weekly column! Thanks for posting-All of us should be so open to these deep thoughts—-

  6. Mister Srully says:

    I concur!

    Last time, I didn’t concur and I realized I should have concurred!

  7. yosef pankratz says:

    Wow,well put,I am the one who asked the question about teshuva.great article keep it coming!

  8. Dear devil D says:

    I think this is well thought out and well written. Yasher koach! I think your points are very true.

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