The Sukkah Still Stands

Despite the dangers and tragedies of our world, we can take comfort in the divine protection symbolized by the Sukkah.

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And so, no matter how loudly the winds may howl, no matter how vulnerable our physical fortresses may be, we give harbor to neither despair nor insecurity. Instead, we redouble our recognition that, in the end, G-d is in charge, that all is in His hands.

And that, as it has for millennia, the sukkah continues to stand.

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Rabbi Avi Shafran

Rabbi Avi Shafran is director of public affairs for Agudath Israel of America.