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Personalizing the Exodus is a critical component of living life Jewishly, because it means allowing our soul to soar and frees our spirit. Viewing the entire schematic of the ancient Egyptian slavery, suffering and redemption process through mystical teac...
Is there an ideal velocity for kicking a bad habit? When the Israelites left Egypt, they did so "in a rush" (behipazon). While the soul could take its own good time in detaching itself from an addictive situation, the body is not so patient.
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 3, "Bechol Dor"
The third passage is “In every generation one must look upon himself as if he personally had gone out of Egypt.” This enigmatic quote from the Talmud is about observing the Passover Seder and seems to be a far cry from an overarching principle of Judaism....
The Torah does not tell us the exact times when many important events occurred. Nevertheless, we are told that Pharoah commanded the Jews to leave Egypt exactly at midnight on the 15th of Nissan. Further, the Torah narrates the exact moment they actually ...
With unique insights gleaned from manuscript versions of the Mishneh Torah, held at the Bodleian Libary, Oxford, and the Tanya, preserved at the British Library.
Through the events preceding the Exodus we learn how to break free from our own negative habits and limiting beliefs.
On Passover we celebrate the Exodus from Egypt (Mitzrayim)—the holiday of our freedom. What is the meaning and relevance of this freedom for us today?
We have the innate ability to transcend our current struggles, however burdensome they seem to be, and leave Egypt in a real way. Based on a Discourse of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
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