Joy in Impermanence

On Sukkot we dwell in harvest-booths—temporary structures notable for their fragility—yet are more joyous than on any other festival.  Sukkot gives us the faith and courage to grab hold of life with both hands, acknowledging its fragility and impermanence—but appreciating its preciousness for that very reason, and thanking God for the privilege of life, of the harvest, and of the changing seasons.


Join us for the holiday services (September 19, 20, 26 and 27 at our normal location, 60 Valley Street [rear], South Orange, at 9:30 a.m.).
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