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Four Blessings, Four Children Blessed is the omnipresent one, blessed be He! Blessed is He who gave the Torah to His people Israel, blessed be He! The Torah speaks of four children: one wise, one wicked, one simple, and one who does not know how to ask. B...
I've personally never observed the Seder as a newcomer, but if I had, I'd have lots more than four questions to ask. You see, an intriguing pattern, or a pattern of intrigue, makes its silent way through the program...
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.
Chana Question: What would you tell the “Wise Child” to keep his interest strong during the Passover Seder? What would make the experience even more meaningful for a child like this? How would you direct or encourage a child like this in life? Answer: Hav...
Here is the popular take: The Wise Son is the one who turned out right. The Wicked One? Well... enough said. The Simple One? Alright, not every hamentasch turns out the way you want. The One Who Doesn't Know to Ask? Oy...
The answers provided to the four sons are found in four separate parts of the Torah. Four times we are told to relate the story of the Exodus to our children, and in each place we are told to tell it differently in response to a different style question (...
The Four Sons are the main guests at the Seder night, let’s get acquainted with them.
At the seder we discuss the "Four Sons": the Wise Son, the Wicked Son, the Simple Son, and the Son Who Doesn't Know How To Ask. Modern society has produced a fifth son...
The Seder service, and the reciting of the Haggadah, have always been considered to be directed particularly towards the children: “And you shall relate to your son on that day” (Shemot 13:8). Many of our customs at the Seder table were intended specifica...
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