Ah Gutten Vinter from Matzav.com

Ultra orthodox Jewish men build a "Sukka" for the upcoming Jewish holiday of Sukkot, in the streets of the ultra orthodox neighborhood of Meah Shearim in Jerusalem. October 10, 2016. Sukkot commemorates the Israelites 40 years of wandering in the desert and a decorated hut or tabernacle (sukka) is erected outside religious households as a sign of temporary shelter. Photo by Nati Shohat/Flash90 *** Local Caption *** ???? ????? ????? ??????? ????? ???? ????? ????? ????? ??? ?????
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On this Motzoei Yom Tov, as we bid farewell to the beautiful chag that ended tonight (in chutz la’aretz, and last night for those in Eretz Hakodesh), we’d like to wish all of our readers ah gutten vinter.

As you take down your sukkahs tonight and resume your regular routine, try to hold on to the warmth and inspiration of the Zeman Simchaseinu and Simchas Torah as you head into the long days of winter. The winter is representative of the lengthy golus in which we find ourselves, and just as we try to hold on to the warmth of summer as we endure the dark days of winter, we likewise try to hold on to the uplifting moments of our lives to help us get through this long and bitter exile.

We pray that all of Klal Yisroel merit only bracha and yeshuos during this season, and may we be zoche to greet Moshiach, bimeheirah beyomeinu, speedily, in our day.

Ah gutten vinter.

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  1. עס איז נאך ניט ווינטער פאר א פאר מאנאטען

    ביטע זייט ניט מחליף את הזמנים, דאס איז פאר די רבש”ע

    קענסט זיך ניט איינהאלטען
    נאך חנוכה קענט איהר שוין זאגען א געזונטען ווינטער


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