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“Why Am I Different?”

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"Why Am I Different?"

The Passover Seder begins with the child’s question: “Why is this night different from all other nights?” Fundamentally, the question bothering the child is: “Why am I different from children of all other nations?”
Childhood; Children, Passover, Four Questions, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Essie M. Gilley Tallahassee April 19, 2016

I am different too, uniquely created by God for his purpose, to service of a higher calling... Reply

David Chester Petach Tikva, Israel April 15, 2016

How our differences are felt At the tender age of 6 my father explained that I was different. This was when the second world war was on and we lived in a small town in the UK, under difficult conditions. It caused me no end of trouble when I told my school mates that I was different too! I believe that this message should be spread to those who already know how to behave in non-Jewush company. Reply

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