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In the Haggadah, our Sages debate the precise number of plagues visited upon the Egyptians in Egypt and at the crossing of the Red Sea. The spiritual relevance of their respective views provides guidance and inspiration for our own personal exodus.
Analyzing the Opening Passage of the Haggadah
This class on the Haggadah presents the mystical understanding to the opening reading at the Seder: “This is the bread of affliction that our fathers ate…"
3500 years ago Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt, instructing them to ‘Remember this day on which you went out of Egypt.’ Does the retelling of the Exodus and the Passover story have relevance to contemporary events in the UK and Europe in terms of fo...
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 22
The framework to effectively convey our ancestors’ Egyptian exile narrative has already been mapped out. Now, our Seder Handbook introduces us to a critical component of the parental duty to recount our saga of national liberation; verbalizing the motifs ...
How this mitzvah is different than Passover night
Who should be telling whom?
Exploring the nature of Sipur Yetzias Mitzrayim, in light of the Rebbe's glosses.
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 3, "Bechol Dor"
The third passage is “In every generation one must look upon himself as if he personally had gone out of Egypt.” This enigmatic quote from the Talmud is about observing the Passover Seder and seems to be a far cry from an overarching principle of Judaism....
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