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The festival of Sukkos, with its mitzvah of the Four Species, stands at the apex of our yearly spiritual journey. We may feel intuitively that there is something deep, pivotal, and beautiful about this mitzvah but have difficulty articulating to ourselves just what it is. Living Lulav takes the reader on a journey to the depths of this seemingly mystifying mitzvah, discovering that it reaches the deepest aspects of our being - our capacity for joy, our affinity for true beauty, and our desire for authentic vibrancy - and, in doing so, effects a paradigm shift in our perception of Torah and mitzvos and what they are designed to accomplish.
About The Author
Rabbi Binyamin Feldman, originally of Atlanta, Georgia, lives with his family in Yerushalayim, where he is involved in studying, editing, and teaching in Torah institutions. He welcomes comments and general feedback and can be contacted at Livinglulav@gmail.com.
Publisher: Mosaica Press
Published date: August 17, 2021
Living Lulav [Hardcover]
Discovering Ourselves Through The Mitzvah Of The Four Species
By: Binyamin Feldman
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