We can’t always get what we want. And what all Jews want during this season is to enjoy some quality time with family in our sukkah. According to the Mishnah, in Sukkah 2:9, we’re allowed to leave the sukkah when it’s raining hard enough that the water would spoil our food (the specific example used is porridge, a food that’s easily spoiled). As one who enjoys her morning porridge, our rainy weather puts me in a bad mood when I think of our community indoors.
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