The sixth aliyah of Parshas Emor is about Sukkos, the third and final holiday of the Shalosh Regalim. Shavuos, when we received the Torah, is the second holiday of this cycle. It is the harvest time—the time when we were separated from the complete chessed of Hashem, and given instructions for how to live "on our own". When Sukkos comes, it is time to gather in the crops- time to see if we have been successful in achieving the balance of independence. If we are able to use our bechirah (freewill) properly, we will be developing our tzelem Elokim (Divine image) further, maintaining the proper balance between independence and relying on Hashem.