ladyofthemoor (ladyofthemoor) wrote,

A Teaching of the Sukkah

When I was a student and lived in Amsterdam I worked with children in a church during the services on Sunday (the one on this photo). 


Once, at the time of the Jewish festival Sukkot, and reading Exodus in the services, we asked the children what they could not live without, what the most important things were in their homes. The Sukkah with its provisional walls and roof, bringing into mind the temporary boots of the desert, provokes this question. This is an interesting question to ask the tarot as well. 

Tarot questions: (1) the one thing I cannot do without; (2) what I really cannot do without. 
Tags: dominicus, sukkot

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