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Passover: (a) The seven-day festival (eight in the Diaspora) beginning on 15 Nissan, commemorating the Exodus from Egypt; (b) the sacrifice offered on the eve of that holiday during Temple times.
Explore the deeper mystical dimension of the Passover Seder. Join Rabbi Zushe Winner for an eye-opening analysis of Matzah and the Seder-plate, uncovering their deeper significance and powerful message to make this year's Seder an exhilarating experience.
We explore five major segments of the Pesach seder that, when examined properly, totally revolutionize how we understand the story of Exodus and its message on the seder night.
Why three matzahs and four cups of wine?
A deeper understanding of why we have three matzos on the Seder plate and drink four cups of wine. (Based on Lukutei Sichos vol. 26, Parshas Voeira)
A Pesach Thought
To teach someone how to act G-dly, you must help them understand that they are G-dly.
An honest reflection on Passover's relevance 3,000 years later
A short and powerful message on the Festival of Freedom’s profound meaning to us today.
Matzah, Maror and the 4 Cups talk about themselves, what they bring to the Passover seder, and their childhood experiences.
Something Spiritual on Pesach
The breaking of the middle Matzah at the Seder and the two types of mitzvahs we want our kids to know.
Discover the deeper dimension of the Passover Seder’s fifteen-part observances, which aren’t merely commemorations of our past, but are keys to our own liberation.
If Rosh Hashanah coincides with Shabbos, we cancel the main mitzvah, the Shofar. The same applies to the Lulav on Sukkot. So, why don’t we cancel a Pesach Seder when the festival falls on Shabbos?
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