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How do you prepare your daily fare—boiled, baked, stewed or grilled? Fervid with desire, or sodden with contentment? Whichever way you ingest your life, on Passover there’s only one dish on the menu.
In the portion of Bo, we read about the korban Pesach, the Paschal sacrifice, which was a yearling male lamb or goat. The korban Pesach in Egypt differed from the sacrifices brought in subsequent years, in that it had to be brought into the home four days...
A Commentary on the Haftarah of Shabbat Chol Hamoed Pesach
The haftarah for Shabbat Chol Hamoed Pesach is a prophecy from the book of Ezekiel. G‑d took him to a valley that was full of dry bones. He saw how G‑d brought them to life again. This, G‑d explained, was a message to the Jewish people. Though they may fe...
Why did the Exodus have to take place precisely at midnight? Indeed, what is “midnight”?
As a roadblock, it was a fiction. As a miracle, it became real.
There are no obstacles, only miracles waiting to happen.
Just imagine: Each morning when they woke up they were forced to look at their ex-deity—and then look themselves in the eye and ask whether or not they were ready to make this huge transition....
Question: Did Pharaoh accompany his army when they went after the Israelites? If so, did he die with them? Answer: We read in Exodus 14 that Pharaoh personally led his army against the Jews. There are differing opinions in the Midrash Mechilta Beshalach 2...
What, exactly, is a "supernatural" event?
Wherever one finds oneself, whatever one is doing, there is a purpose to be realized and spiritual profits to be pursued
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