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Matzah, Jelly Donuts and Hamantashen

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Matzah, Jelly Donuts and Hamantashen

How the Jewish people celebrate their immortality by turning tragedy into joy.
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Maria Martinez Monte Vista, Colorado March 23, 2011

MATZAH, JELLY DONUTS AND HAMANTASHEN Enjoyed the video very much Todah Rabbi Greenberg. Reply

Kayo Tokyo, Japan March 21, 2011

You changed it to a blessing I personally had a very sad life - commited thefts, adulatory, Idolatry, suicide attempts, no respect to others, my parents and my brother, and myself - until I met Chabad. My whole life changed, even my angry past became a source of blessing. I complain Oye I don't like this, I don't like that. But I should have been celebrating my life every day. Chabad Lubavitch has transformed a bitter to a blessing. Thank you. Reply

abraham M NY via chabadgsb.com January 6, 2011

post more Gems great! post more gems Reply

sarah NJ January 2, 2011

L'chaim! funny, and moving! L'chaim! this is funny, and moving! Reply

Mr. Don (Yisroel) Sawyer December 30, 2010

The Merneptah Stele Thank you for bringing this to my attention. It's inspiring to see that the predecessors of the very people who today deny Jews ever existed in the Holy Land, not only acknowledged that Israel existed but also claim to have "left them no seed". Merneptah said he had destroyed Israel at that time in history; under the latter part of Devorah's judgeship. Funny, Israel had not even reached the epoch of Shlomo's reign and they were already declared dead. As you said rabbi, Am Yisroel Chai. Reply

Anonymous nn, nn December 24, 2010

Small gems with a big punch! Small gems with a big punch! Reply

Karin Slaughter Nashville , TN December 18, 2010

Excellent Message An excellent message about the secret of Jewish resilience — matzah, hamantashen and latkes will forever taste better. Reply

Rebecca Wise Miami , Florida December 15, 2010

Inspiring Insight That’s a great and inspiring insight into Jewish holiday foods. I had never realized this before. I like your thoughts. please post more thoughts around here please Reply

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