Sukkot is an agricultural festival that originally was considered a thanksgiving for the fruit harvest.
Sukkot are hut-like structures that the Jews lived in during the 40 years of travel through the wilderness after the exodus from Egypt. As a temporary dwelling, the sukkah also represents the fact that all existence is fragile, and therefore Sukkot is a time to appreciate the shelter of our homes and our bodies.
Sukkot is Z’man Simchateinu – a time to be happy !
Success is getting what you want; happiness is wanting what you get.
Success is having all the money in the world; happiness is having family and friends to spend it on.
Success is measurable; happiness is limitless.
Success is a fancy car; happiness is a joyous journey.
Success is working hard; happiness is loving the work.
Success is having everyone know your name; happiness is knowing everyone’s name.
Success is being right; happiness is being true.
Success is money in the bank; happiness can’t be deposited.
Success is private jets; happiness is flying high.
Success is never easy; happiness will never feel difficult.
Success is money; happiness is value.
Success is late hours; happiness is all day.
Success is second homes; happiness is always home.
Success is material things; happiness is in the materials.
Success is praise; happiness is never needing it.
Success is reaching the top; happiness has no ceiling.
Success is all the money in the world; happiness is needing none of it.
Success is doing what you love; happiness is loving what you do.
Success is envied; happiness is shared.
Success is measured in human terms; happiness is a gift for those who live their lives well according to their core values.
Success is not a reflection of happiness, but rather, the other way around. Happiness is the ultimate measure of success.