By now, the beautiful holiday of Sukkot feels like a somewhat distant memory. The leaves have changed into their splendor and august colors and are beginning to rapidly fall from the trees. Our clocks have been adjusted one hour back, and the weather has become markedly colder.

But for me, Sukkot

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