Cheshvan is month, like Elul, with no holidays. Elul lets us prepare for the flurry of activity that happens with all the holidays of Tishrei, and Cheshvan lets us recover. The seeds of transformation that were planted during the Days of Awe need time to sprout and take root. That’s what Cheshvan is all about. It’s time to prepare for the winter, either through working hard to bring in the fall harvest or “putting up” to ensure that it lasts through the winter. I’m speaking both physically and spiritually here.
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