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Maror: the bitter herbs eaten at the Passover seder
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Short insights to make your Passover experience more meaningful
The Talmud on the Pesach Seder, Lesson 11
The modern Seder mandates of Matzah and Maror are the primary focus of this class about the edible component of the Passover Seder. Dinner notwithstanding, Passover night is vastly different than any other Jewish festival. Most will feature formal holiday...
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 27
Everything on Passover night is about freedom, yet Maror symbolizes the intense bitterness of exile. Discover how this bitterness complements the feeling of redemption.
The Haggadah in Depth, Part 26
Of the three Seder essentials, the third element is Marror—the bitter herbs. Why is Maror, which is reminiscent of the bitter suffering of our ancestors, part of the Passover freedom experience?
Matzah, Maror and the 4 Cups talk about themselves, what they bring to the Passover seder, and their childhood experiences.
Part 3: The core symbolism of the seder
Rabbi Chaim Miller shares beautiful insights into the haggadah that will capture the interest of everyone around your Seder table. In this segment he expounds upon the spiritual symbolism the Paschal lamb, matzah, and bitter herbs.
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