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Question: In the past I heard that if a person is careful to fulfill the mitzvah of dwelling in the Sukkah then this is a Segula for Shalom Bayis. Is this accurate? Answer: Yes, there is a source for this statement in the Yifei Laleiv who writes as follows:
The Mitzvah of dwelling in a Sukkah: A. The Mitzvah: The Torah commands us to dwell in a Sukkah for seven days from the 15th of Tishrei through the 21st of Tishrei. This Mitzvah is a positive Biblical command and is fulfilled every moment that one dwells in the Sukkah.
Question: I do not have enough outdoor space to build a sukkah and will have to rely on people’s sukkah in the neighborhood. My question is whether I need to ask permission to enter their sukkah. Obviously if I plan on eating a meal with my family in their sukkah
Checklist The laws of a Kosher Sukkah: Begin building the Sukkah on Motzei Yom Kippur. Complete the entire Sukkah the day after Yom Kippur, after Shacharis. Verify that the area you desire to build the Sukkah does not contain any obstructions which will hover over the Sechach of the Sukkah.
Erev Yom Kippur Kaparos Buy two 24-hour candles. One for the shul for married men and one for the house for Havdala. Davening: No Tachanun/Avinu Malkeinu/Mizmor Lesoda in Shacharis No Avinu Malkeinu even if falls on Erev Shabbos Receive Lekach Ask forgiveness from people that you hurt Mitzvah to eat.
To browse our database on the laws and customs of Kaparos see here. Kaparos: A. The custom: It is customary in these provinces [of Ashkenazi Jewry] to take and slaughter a chicken, which is called a Gever, for atonement on Erev Yom Kippur. One takes a male chicken for each
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