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# There is a mitzvah of simcha on [[Yom Tov]].<ref>Rambam (Aseh 54), [[Chinuch]] 488.  
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# There is a mitzvah of [[simcha]] on [[Yom Tov]].<ref>Rambam (Aseh 54), [[Chinuch]] 488.  
 
* Rav Hershel Schachter (Bikvei Hatzoan p. 81) writes that simcha on [[Pesach]] may be a composite mitzvah for all of [[Pesach]], whereas simcha on [[Sukkot]] is a separate mitzvah for each day of [[Yom Tov]] and [[Chol HaMoed]]. He supports this contention from the fact that [[Hallel]] with a bracha is only said on the first day and that the [[Korbanot]] [[Mussaf]] of [[Sukkot]] were different every day. Similarly, Rabbi Mordechai Willig (Pesachim shiur 110 on simchas [[yom tov]]) quoted Rav Yerucham Fisher Perlow on Rasag p. 254-5 says that there's only mitzvah to eat meat once on [[pesach]]. </ref>
 
* Rav Hershel Schachter (Bikvei Hatzoan p. 81) writes that simcha on [[Pesach]] may be a composite mitzvah for all of [[Pesach]], whereas simcha on [[Sukkot]] is a separate mitzvah for each day of [[Yom Tov]] and [[Chol HaMoed]]. He supports this contention from the fact that [[Hallel]] with a bracha is only said on the first day and that the [[Korbanot]] [[Mussaf]] of [[Sukkot]] were different every day. Similarly, Rabbi Mordechai Willig (Pesachim shiur 110 on simchas [[yom tov]]) quoted Rav Yerucham Fisher Perlow on Rasag p. 254-5 says that there's only mitzvah to eat meat once on [[pesach]]. </ref>
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Simchat Yom Tov

  1. There is a mitzvah of simcha on Yom Tov.[1]

Sources

  1. Rambam (Aseh 54), Chinuch 488.
    • Rav Hershel Schachter (Bikvei Hatzoan p. 81) writes that simcha on Pesach may be a composite mitzvah for all of Pesach, whereas simcha on Sukkot is a separate mitzvah for each day of Yom Tov and Chol HaMoed. He supports this contention from the fact that Hallel with a bracha is only said on the first day and that the Korbanot Mussaf of Sukkot were different every day. Similarly, Rabbi Mordechai Willig (Pesachim shiur 110 on simchas yom tov) quoted Rav Yerucham Fisher Perlow on Rasag p. 254-5 says that there's only mitzvah to eat meat once on pesach.