Insights

An Overview of Passover
Audio | 1:18 :00
An Overview of Passover
The Body and the Soul of Passover: A practical guide to the laws of Passover as well as their inner meaning and spiritual dimension.
Matzah: The Food of Faith
Faith does not direct one's behavior even while it inspires one to great heights; proper behavior without faith is lacking as well. Matzah teaches us how to combine faith with everyday life.
The Four Sons
Audio | 23:16
The Four Sons
The Four Sons are the main guests at the Seder night, let’s get acquainted with them.
Chametz And Matzah
Audio | 16:24
Chametz And Matzah
A deeper look at the difference between Chametz and Matzah, in Hebrew it is the simple letter change from ‘Hey’ to ‘Ches’. And the laws of how to rid of Chometz.
Passover Night and Kabbalah
Uncover the secrets of the Passover seder
The deep levels of Kabbalah that can be reached on the Passover Seder night, and practical lessons that we can learn for our day-to-day life.
Rich Matzah Poor Matzah
The Rich Matzah and Poor Matzah that the Jews ate when leaving Egypt, and its implication and lesson to us.
Chametz, Matzah and Freedom
Rabbi Kraznianski explains the inner dimension of Passover sprinkled with insights into the haggadah.
A Life-Changing Passover Seder
It is the oldest interactive, multi-sensory experience in the world, the Passover Seder is more than just a story, it’s a complex tool for self-growth.
Meaningful Matzah Musings
Eating matzah, a central tradition of Pesach, is one of the first mitzvot performed by our forefathers as a nation. Learn what Jewish mysticism has to say about its spiritual significance.
The 10 Plagues: Fact or Fiction?
The Rabbi and the Scientist
The scientist's view on how we can explain the ten plagues in Egypt according to the laws of nature and the Rabbi’s view on why we should not accept such theories.
Five Sons – Five Decades
The sons of the haggadah: the wise, the wicked, the simple and the one who asks not, typify the four decades: the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, resulting in the unique decade of the 90s.
Why Does Matzah Taste Bad?
It's no accident that matzah tastes so bland, find out what its lack of flavor really represents.
Flags of our Fathers
Audio | 1:31:48
Flags of our Fathers
Who are you? Where do you come from? And why do you observe different customs on Passover than your friends and neighbors? A very nice insight of what really happened when we left Egypt.
Passover Offerings
Audio | 53:28
Passover Offerings
The significance of the Passover offerings and insights into portions of the Hagadah.
The Fifth Son As Teacher
It’s a well known fact that our critics are our best teachers; but what can the pious learn from the sinner, what can the nonobservant teach the observant? Let’s meet the fifth son.
Meditation & the Seder
Learn what meditation has to do with Judaism and what are the three steps to the meditation.
Four Squared
Audio | 42:51
Four Squared
Crossing the Red Sea
When the Jews encountered the red sea and they had the Egyptians closing in behind them, they broke up in to four camps: Where should they go? What should they do?
The Sea Split
The splitting of the Sea of Reeds is the prototype for all events in history, when G-dliness was made evident: prophecy of sort, a curtain removed, truth revealed.
The Chassidic Dimension - Pesach
An in depth presentation of Chassidic teachings on the holiday of Pesach.
Why the War Against Chametz?
Audio | 29:43
Intermediate
Why the War Against Chametz?
Jews are so careful about the smallest crumbs of bread over Pesach. What is the deeper significance to this leaven-hunt?
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