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    Symbolism of the sukkah

    Sukkah meal, by Bernard Picart, 1722

    * A sukkah must not be too high. A person must not be too high and mighty.

    * A sukkah must not be too small. A person must not belittle himself.

    * The walls must be able to withstand ordinary gusts of wind. A person must stand up for his principles.

    * The stars must be visible through the foliage on the roof. A person must always see and strive for the Divine light.

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