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Four Questions, The

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An anthology of classic and Kabbalistic teachings
The Four Questions in Hebrew The Four Questions in English What makes this night different from all other nights? 1. On all nights we need not dip even once, and on this night we dip twice! 2. On all nights we eat leavened bread or matzah, and on this nig...
Learn to ask the Four Questions with this interactive tool
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 Four Questions
Mah nishtanah halaylah hazeh mikol halaylot 1) She-bechol halaylot ain anu matbilin afilu pa’am echat, halaylah hazeh shtei pe’amim? 2) She-bechol halaylot anu ochlim chametz o matzah, halaylah hazeh kulo matzah? 3) She-bechol halaylot anu ochlim she’ar y...
Since Temple times, the Passover Seder has begun with the child(ren) asking four questions, which serve as a springboard for the story of our nation’s exodus to be retold in detail.
A deeper look at the four classic questions of the Passover Haggadah and their message to our times. (Based on various talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe)
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.
The common answer is that the questions are asked to involve the children. But why couldn’t this custom to involve the kids be done during another holiday?
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