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A deeper look at the four classic questions of the Passover Haggadah and their message to our times.
The Four Questions on Five levels
At the Passover Seder we ask four questions on why this night is different. Learn the deeper meaning to these questions.
Part 1: The emphasis on asking questions
Rabbi Chaim Miller shares beautiful insights into the haggadah that will capture the interest of everyone around your Seder table. In this segment he explores the significance of asking questions at the Seder.
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?”
When Gershon Ber Schiff finally emigrated from Russia, he was excited to be spending Passover with the Rebbe. When the Rebbe called an unscheduled farbrengen on the first day of the festival, he realized just how much it meant to the Rebbe, too. (1971)
A collection of scenes of the Rebbe encouraging children to recite the Mah Nishtana, or Four Questions.
20 Adar II, 5749 • March 27, 1989
May your entire family have good preparations for a wonderful Passover. All the children who are old enough should prepare the four questions for the Seder.
The themes of the month of Nissan, and especially of Passover, comprise the fundamentals of Judaism. Accordingly, the Exodus from Egypt, and the messages of the holiday, must be applied not just once a month, but during every single day of a Jew’s life.
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