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Sukkot :: A Reminder That It’s Only Temporary

At sundown today, October 16, the Jewish holiday of Sukkot begins and lasts for eight days. It’s one of those holidays that isn’t very well known in the mainstream, but I love taking its messages to heart and reflecting on them every year. Sukkot is both a fall harvest holiday and a holiday that commemorates the time the Israelites spent […] The post Sukkot :: A Reminder That It’s Only Temporary appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.
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