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Daily Mitzvah (Rambam)

Day 55: Negative Commandment 200, 201; Positive Commandment 158

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Negative Commandment 200 (Digest)
Allowing Chametz to be Seen

"And there shall be no leavened bread seen in your possession, neither shall leaven be seen within all your property"Exodus 13:7.

No chametz (leavened foods) may be seen in our possession for the duration of the holiday of Passover.

Negative Commandment 201 (Digest)
Owning Chametz

"Seven days there shall be no leaven found in your houses"—Exodus 12:19.

No chametz (leavened foods) may be in our possession on Passover, even if it is not visible, even if it belongs to another [Jew].

Positive Commandment 158 (Digest)
Eating Matzah

"In the evening [of the fifteenth of Nissan] you shall eat unleavened bread"Exodus 12:18.

We are commanded to eat matzah, unleavened bread, on the eve of the fifteenth of Nissan, the first night of Passover.

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Daily Quote
No sooner was [Abraham] weaned -- and he was but a small child -- that his mind began to seek and wonder: How do the heavenly bodies orbit without a moving force? Who moves them? They cannot move themselves! Immersed amongst the foolish idol-worshippers of Ur Casdim, he had no one to teach him anything; his father, mother and countrymen, and he amongst them, all worshipped idols. But his heart sought, and came to know that there is one G-d... who created all and that in all existence there is none other than Him. He came to know that the entire world erred...
  –Maimonides
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