Wednesday, April 4, 2012

About that Lulav

Some people hold on to their lulavim until erev Pesach and then burn them with the chometz, as it is more "correct" than throwing something a brochah was made on into the garbage.  If you are one of those people, it would be a good idea to put that lulav in an obvious place where you won't forget it about it, and maybe put a reminder on Friday's to-do list.


Anonymous said...

Also, remember that we are in a serious dry spell and we have already seen brush fires. Most locations require a permit for burning outside and you have to call the fire department before burning to find out it it is permitted that day. We called our fire dept. today and were told that the region is under a "red flag" warning and that no outdoor burning is allowed. I assume that doesn't apply to burning small amounts on a barbecue, but I would not advise any other type of burning without checking with your local fd

tesyaa said...

Who needs another task for erev Pesach?