This year, as we celebrate Sukkot, many of us are looking ahead to 2022. That’s the year that Sukkot falls on October 10th – just a few days after Yom Kippur. What does that mean for the holiday? And how should we prepare for it? In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at what happens when Sukkot and Yom Kippur overlap, and offer some tips for making the most of this special time. Happy holidays!
The Jewish holiday of Sukkot begins on the evening of September 30th and ends on the evening of October 10th. The festival celebrates the harvest, as well as commemorates the 40-year journey of the Israelites in the wilderness. Here are some wishes, messages, greetings, quotes, and images to share with friends and family to celebrate Sukkot 2022.
Sukkot 2022 Wishes, Messages, Greetings & Quotes
Sukkot, a Hebrew word meaning “booths,” is a harvest festival that commemorates the Israelites’ 40-year journey through the wilderness after they were freed from slavery in Egypt. The holiday begins on the 15th day of Tishrei (the seventh month of the Jewish calendar) and lasts for seven days. Sukkot is one of the three most important Jewish holidays, along with Passover and Hanukkah.
In preparation for Sukkot, Jews build temporary dwellings called sukkahs, often using branches and leaves to create a roof. During the holiday, Jews eat meals inside the sukkah and sleep there too if possible. It’s also customary to wave palm fronds (lulavs) and citron fruit (etrogs) during prayer services.
Sending well wishes, messages, greetings or quotes ahead of time for Sukkot 2022 will make you feel included in this joyous celebration! Why not share this post with your friends so they can join in on the fun? #sukkot #hebrew #harvestfestival #journeythroughwilderness #egyptslavefreeing #jewishcalendar #tishrei15days
Sukkot Wishes 2022
On Sukkot may you be blessed with happiness, good health, and prosperity.
During the festival of Sukkot, it was said by Messiah, “Do not judge according to the appearance of a person but, judge righteously”.
May the bounties of the celebration of Sukkot bind you and your family in togetherness, love, and prosperity.
Sukkot celebration is an exemplary excuse to enjoy the Feast of Tabernacles.
Being Jewish is about being in love with Sukkot.
Sukkot Quotes 2022
“Praying that happiness be yours and patience visits your home.” –Sreshtha.
“May you discover Faith and hold on to its powers.” –Anonymous.
“Blessings will arrive only when you have faith.” –Anonymous.
If you would like to wish someone a happy Sukkot, simply say ‘Chag Sameach’ which translates as ‘happy holidays.’
Sukkot 2022 Messages
The imagery and the ritualistic holiday of Sukkot revolves around rejoicing and thanking God for a complete and full harvest.
Sukkot is a joyful weeklong holiday and justifiably referred to as Zeman simchateynu, the “season of all our joy.”
Let us wave the lulav and etrog and celebrate the harvest in the land of Israel on this weeklong celebration on Sukkot.
”Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to dwell in the sukkah.” Enjoy the festival of Sukkot.
Sukkot is the time to relive and follow the Chabad practices, which is to not eat or drink anything outside the sukkah.
Sukkot is the time of a spiritual roller coaster that inspires us to learn and grow in all our coming years.
The festival of Sukkot is a reminder for the Jews of how God protected them, provided for them in the wilderness, and still watches over them to ensure their safety, today.
Sukkot 2022 Greetings
Sukkot is not just a festival; Sukkot is ‘The festival.’
The festival of Sukkot is a celebration, a feast for all the people.
Traditions of Sukkot involve decorating a sukkah and spending as much time in it as possible.
Sukkot is the day for celebration for the entire realist Jews, firm believers of miracles. Sukkot is a miracle.
We should be willing to give up all of our tomorrows for one today so that we don’t end up wasting all of our today’s worrying about one tomorrow. Enjoy the festival of Sukkot.