LULAB

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LULABLove You Like A Brother
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(8.) Citron fruit and willow branches are two of the four species that make up the ritual bouquet (lulab) for the feast of Sukhot (see Mille ans de vie juive au Maroc, pp.
Envy is a force to be contended with--an agent, a malicious spirit in the invisible world to be confronted and addressed at those places of vulnerability where humans seek security.(40) A Jewish tombstone found in Gaul, with the word shalom given in Hebrew and decorated with menorah, shofar, and lulab, contains these phrases (in Latin): "In the holy name of God ...
39 A different, and at first sight attractive, expedient is to identify the palm branches here with the lulab used at Tabernacles (so F.