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Maggid: the fifth step of the Passover seder in which the story of the Exodus is told
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The Passover Seder Explained, Lesson 3
Life begins outside of your comfort zone. What are your personal ‘Egypt’ limitations? Pesach is the quantum leap breaking out of your ‘Egypt’ restrictions. Both feet are off the ground, and you end up in a completely new position. The Exodus needs to be a...
What We Do This is it, folks. This is why it’s called a "Haggadah" ("telling"). Now we get to the meat and potatoes of the Seder your soul is longing for. (As for the meat and the potatoes your stomach is longing for, you can probably smell them simmering...
Retelling the Story
But there are also children who are of a far-off tomorrow. Children who inhabit a distant world, who speak a distant language and relate to distant values...
The Talmud on the Pesach Seder, Lesson 9
Opening statement: three words enable fulfillment at the Passover Seder. But what does this mean? Are these “magic” words, or do they represent the ideals in which we frame this “magical” nights narrative? Does the absence of this syntax rob us of fulfilm...
We explore five major segments of the Pesach seder that, when examined properly, totally revolutionize how we understand the story of Exodus and its message on the seder night.
Topics discussed: "Rabban Gamliel says one must explain three things on Passover to fulfill his obligation: they are Pesach, Matzah, and Maror…" "In every generation it is one's duty to regard himself…" "Therefore it is our duty…" The first two psalms of ...
On Seder night, we are obligated to tell over at length the story of the Exodus (as described in the in the section of Maggid in the Passover haggadah). How is this mitzvah different than the daily remembrance?
The King's might is increased when His subjects praise His majesty.
The King's might is increased when His subjects praise His majesty.
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