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We’re Just Diggin’ It

The Talmud on fixing a sukkah that’s too small or short

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We’re Just Diggin’ It: The Talmud on fixing a sukkah that’s too small or short

Shifting away from prohibitive heights, and “bent wall” creativity; the Talmud now analyzes polar challenges of an overly diminutive structure, whose stifling confines don't allow settling into its shelter. Discover how we can dig deep to save our Sukkah and attain kosher status – but only as long as we're hugging the pre-existing structure by a mere few hands-breaths. See why the previously employed solution of a “bent wall” can't work here, as per insightful jurisprudence and brilliant hairsplitting distinctions.
Sukkot, Sukkah, Tractate Sukkah, Talmud

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Rita Forbes MD September 20, 2018

Hello, Rabbi Kaplan

Great lecture. You seem to always add golden nuggets that one can meditate upon from instruction that strengthens the core and mind. Happy holidays! Thank you. Reply

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