the etrogA lemon-like fruit (citron) used at Sukkot as one of the four species. Women desiring to get pregnant were given the pitom (stem) to eat after Sukkot., lulavOn Sukkot, three of the four species (the palm, the myrtle, and the willow) are bound and waved together with the etrog. The lulav is said to symbolize the spine, while the myrtle's leaves symbolize eyes, the willow's leaves are lips, and the etrog is the heart., hadas, and aravah this season,
May our hearts be filled with compassion and joy.
May our spines be strong and upright.
May our eyes look for the good in each other.
May our mouths speak with kindness and from wisdom.
May we taste and smell the beauty around us.
May what we have learned be applied to what we do,
and may what we do inspire to us to learn even more.