“Sukkot may contain symbols of the past, but it is a future-focused holiday. It occurs at the very culmination of the calendar: after the harvest, in the seventh month, on the fifteenth day (the full moon), and lasting for seven days. It depicts the messianic future of peace and God’s provision. As the Prophet Zechariah declared, one day all nations will flow to Jerusalem for the festival. So why not start now?” Aaron Eby, First Fruits of Zion