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Sukkahs are for sleeping

Sukkot reminds us of precariousness of Jewish history and improbability of our survival


We were intent on doing what our Ashkenazi forebearers, who lived in inhospitably cold climates, could not do. We were intent on doing Sukkot the way the Talmud prescribes, meaning 24/7, including spending nights there.

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