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Through Out The World: Sukkot #2

by Emily Stern

October 2, 2012 | 10:35 pm

Emily Stern, Nachlaot, Israel 5772

They say the gates of Forgiveness have closed on Yom Kippur,

but walk through any gate you want-- the sukah has no doors.

AND I've learned that every sukkah inside is connected, each sukkah is

completely one  throughout the world, so you see it really is growing.

Don't get too attached to the gate you're standing in

ARE you using this moment to cover yourself

or to really reveal? Turn the world inside out, and we're splitting at the seams. Turn the sukkah inside out, and the world is built of peace.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Emily Stern is a devotional poet and songwriter. Her album “Birth Day” can be downloaded on iTunes or from CD baby.  As an actor and playwright, her plays have been performed...

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