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Inside My Sukkah

During the joyous biblical festival of Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish people eat, socialize, and even sleep in a temporary dwelling called a sukkah. This week, Yael shows us inside her family's sukkah, which reminds them - and all of us - that everything is temporary except our loving God.

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