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Why I send my child to Jewish day school, part 3

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Despite our green instincts, we bought paper cups for our annual sukkah party. I took out a sharpee so that people could label their cups, rather than reaching for a new one each time they put one down, and Ella asked if she could decorate them.
She returned with a set of what I like to call “Ushpizin Cups”, pictures of various characters from the Tanakh (Bible) who are “invited” to the sukkah as part of the mystical tradition of kabbalah. She came up with close to twenty different scenes.
Can you guess which of the Ushpizin this is and what he is doing?
cupClue – he’s the little one, not the big one.
These almost rival the baby moses book. But not quite.
Shabbat Shalom.



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Rebecca

posted October 24, 2009 at 1:18 pm


Is it David fighting Goliath?



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homeshuling

posted October 25, 2009 at 8:53 am


Yes!



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posted October 25, 2009 at 7:33 pm


Woohoo!



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