The Tripod: A New Perspective On The Shalosh Regalim by Rabbi Neil Lauer
Experience the chagim with a deeper and enriched spiritual perspective with this thoughtful analysis of the Shalosh Regalim (the three major festivals in Judaism).
Did you ever wonder why the Torah groups Pesach Shavuot, and Sukkot together as a unit?
Turns out there are some very important and fascinating reasons that you will discover in this unique book which will shift your perspective on the chagim.
In this work, the author explores the themes and lessons embedded in the structure of the three festivals that illuminate the Torah’s curriculum for learning about G-d and His ongoing role in the world.
Only when we take a step back and appreciate what’s missing in our ability to observe the festivals due to the destruction of the Beit Hamikdash (Holy Temple), are we able to purposefully embrace the observances that we can follow today, thereby enriching our spiritual experience of these holy days.
The Tripod zeroes in on the concept that the Shalosh Regalim, are grouped together as a unit to preserve the fundamental spiritual significance of the major events that contributed to the formation of the Jewish people.
These fundamental spiritual lessons derived from the Shalosh Regalim constitute core Jewish principles that are meant to be passed on from generation to generation.
Year first published: 2022
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