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Thursday, 20th September 2018

We have special brochos (blessings) for so many mitzvos(commandments), why not for building a sukkah? The Classic Commentaries bring a multitude of answers to this question.

The Imrei Shaul tells us that the brocho (blessing) is actually hinted at in the very mitzvah itself. For when one builds a "complete" sukkah, it is composed of four walls (d'fanos - singular dofan) with s'chach (material used as a roof for a sukkah) on top. If one adds up the numerical value (gematriya) of the Hebrew word dofen (singular for wall), multiply it by four, and then add the gematriya of the word s'chach, one comes up with the same gematriya as the words "Baruch Atah Hashem" [ a total of 660]. The brocho is hidden in the very sukkah itself!


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