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The Faith Pill

The Soul of Matzah

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The Faith Pill: The Soul of Matzah

The commandments aren’t merely rituals; they carry deeper meaning. And Matzah isn’t just a commemoration of what the Jews ate during the Exodus. It actually imbues us with a vital spiritual nutrient called faith.
Passover, Bitachon, Matzah

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Valoriea Loresch Tennessee March 16, 2017

family origins Stahl Russia on Volga River I am wondering about the pogrom of Russian Germans out of Stahl Russia. Were they Jews? If the maiden name of the grandmother was Jewish does that mean she was Jewish? Would I be Jewish? I know some things about my mother's family and they were not Jewish. Can anyone tell me anything about the Russian pogroms of Stahl Russian. Reply

Anonymous warsaw ind April 1, 2015

I loved it loved it I've been sharing it all day with my friends on Facebook give me some matz .The rabbi has got such ease to him when he's talking I love the way he teaches Reply

Sunil Vernekar LOS ANGELES March 30, 2015

Thank you for that wonderful talk. In the East we might say to go "beyond thinking". I also like the idea of "listening with your feet", very great. Reply

sandy March 29, 2015

Hi ...Though I don't quite understand it, it's very nice and I like it. T.Y. for sharing this. (^_^) Reply

Meyer Stahl Las Cruces,NM March 29, 2015

Our scriptures relates the Exodus from Egypt was led by Moses and The Children of Israel, not the Jewish people, So what's the difference? The Jewish people comprise 2 1/2 tribes. The rest of the tribes [ 10] also came out of Egypt. The noun Jew or Jewish is not found in the 5 books of Moses. So why do you and the Rabbis continually Substitute Jew for Israelite? Meyer Stahl Reply

Michelle Brenner Sydney March 29, 2015

That was beautiful, I could feel and hear your sincerity and fresh spirit, thank you for being so clear. Blessings to you. Reply

Geraldine Ireland April 3, 2014

Thank you for the explanation on Matzah I wish you happy Passover 2014 Reply

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