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Pesach Sheni ("Second Passover")

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Pesach Sheni ("Second Passover"): (lit. “the second Passover”); opportunity given to certain persons who were unable to offer the Passover sacrifice to do so one month later (discussed in Bamidbar 9:6-14); celebrated as a minor Passover, on Iyar 14
The Second Passover
Thirty days ago we cleaned our homes and souls of leaven, and matzahed our way through the week-long festival of Passover. And now, Pesach Sheni—a second Passover experience!
The “Second Passover” is observed on the fourteenth of Iyar. The origin of this semi-holiday is quite fascinating . . .
The Paschal lamb was consumed on the evening of Iyar 15, but the custom is to eat matzah on Iyar 14. Why?
Understanding Pesach Sheni on Five Levels
Something Spiritual on Parshat Behaalotecha
G-d gives us an extra month to get ourselves together.
G-d gives us an extra month to get ourselves together.
The story of Pesach Sheni (the Second Passover) and its timeless lesson for us.
G-d gaves us one day a year when we celebrate our humanity.
It doesn’t matter how old we are, how lost we’ve been or where we are holding in our lives today. We beg Him to give us a second chance, and He obliges.
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