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The Jewish Woman – Royal Benefactor

11 Nissan, 5743 • March 25, 1983

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The Jewish Woman – Royal Benefactor: 11 Nissan, 5743 • March 25, 1983

We begin the Seder by announcing, “Whoever is hungry come and eat; whoever needs come celebrate Passover.” It is admirable to give money to someone who hungers, but even greater to provide prepared food so he need not exert any effort before quieting his hunger. Although we give money to the needy so they may acquire their Passover needs, we go further to invite them to our prepared Seder meal; all they must do is come in and they will immediately be able to eat!
Lubavitcher Rebbe
The Jewish Woman – Royal Benefactor
11 Nissan, 5743 • March 25, 1983
Disc 8, Program 31

Event Date: 11 Nissan 5743 - March 25, 1983

We begin the Seder by announcing, “Whoever is hungry come and eat; whoever needs come celebrate Passover.”

It is admirable to give money to someone who hungers, but even greater to provide prepared food so he need not exert any effort before quieting his hunger. Although we give money to the needy so they may acquire their Passover needs, we go further to invite them to our prepared Seder meal; all they must do is come in and they will immediately be able to eat!

On this day of the year, the man of the home and his wife are called king and queen. After toiling arduously to prepare for Passover, the Jewish woman, the queen, happily welcomes the hungry strangers of the land. These guests are given a royal portion which expresses the freedom of Passover. A woman’s charity is highest.

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