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"THE SUCCOS BOOK THAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT"
Succos Inspired by Rabbi Moshe Gersht is one of the few books that deeply explores the themes of Succos. With the holiday coming on the heels of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, many Jews erect their Sukkah and go through the rituals without examining the meaning and power behind them. Rabbi Gersht’s ground-breaking new book brings this holiday of unity and community into focus with thoughtful research and perspective, giving each reader a chance to experience a truly inspired Succos. A unique Reader's Guide makes Succos Inspired an excellent way to learn together.
"This book may very well be the first English language, exclusive Sukkot reader, that focuses on hashkafa, rather than halacha. The essays are interesting and well-written. The author promised us a book that will inspire us for Sukkot, and he has delivered."
- Torah Book Reviews
"Every so often a book hits the shelves that changes the conversation. In his captivating new book, “Succos Inspired: Discovering Depth, Joy & Meaning,” Rabbi Moshe Gersht manages to infuse new life into the holiday of Succos."
- The Jewish Star
"Sukkot, coming just days after Yom Kippur and needing much preparation for the holiday, is about much more than the sukkah itself, and Rabbi Moshe
Gersht’s new book helps readers navigate these deeper spiritual
aspects of the holiday."
- Baltimore Jewish Times
PRAISE FOR SUCCOS INSPIRED
Benai Torah will surely benefit from the author's sweet words.
Rabbi Shmuel Kaminetzky Shlit"a
The presentation is steeped in authentic Torah sources and is truly impressive....interesting, informative and inspiring....the ideas which are deep and ethereal are presented in a very lucid and well explained manner. I recommend this book to all those who want to enhance their fulfillment of these yearly mitzvos...
Rabbi Zeff Leff
This book gives a very well organized and stimulating look into the shade of the Succah - and in that shade shows much new light.... Studying this material in depth will change your Festival.
Rabbi Akiva Tatz
Gersht points out the true joy of Succos, the reinforcement of our belief in Divine Providence, and the
uniquely intimate bond between Hashem and Israel.
Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski
When you read a book Succos Inspired by Rabbi Moshe Gersht you are given a gift. It lets you see the inside of the mitzvah and the result is having a far deeper relationship to what the mitzvah really is and really means to you.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller