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This is a long source sheet for a Talmud class I teach at our shul. We've been studying Pesachim chapter 10 and I started using Sefaria for this class during the pandemic and at that point we were on page 108a.
Last year many of us we're only able to have virtual guests in our Sukkot. This year I hope we're blessed with both "live" guests as well as virtual guests. This Sheet is meant to challenge you to think about who you "need" to visit you in your Sukkah.