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Chol HaMo-eid Sukkot (October 11, 2014)
by Rabbinic Intern Alexis Pinsky

THESE WORDS FROM the book of Ecclesiastes, a work traditionally read on Sukkot, highlight the cycle of life and its extremes. Sukkot is itself a holiday of dichotomies. While sitting in the sukkah, we are at once inside and outside. While it has a roof, we must be able to see the stars through the roof in order for the sukkah to be a kosher structure. The sukkah provides shelter, yet there is still exposure to the elements.

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