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The Finest Fabric  
  The Finest Fabric  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/15/2020, 15:57
 
So much of this world is like a cheap fabric with a lot of sheen. Then again, there's an apparent dull-looking fabric that never loses its shape...  


Four Cups, Four Mothers  
  Four Cups, Four Mothers  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Update date: 4/8/2017, 23:12
 
The Maharal explains that whereas Pesach Matzah and Maror are in the merit of the Avot (Fathers), the Four Cups correspond respectively to our four holy mothers...  


The Dawn Will Come  
  The Dawn Will Come  
 
By Batya Rosen
Update date: 3/25/2015, 07:27
 
“In every generation, our enemies rise up and try to destroy us, but the Almighty G-d saves us from their hands!” Our primary enemy is not Hamas, or Hizbollah, or Iran…  


Flossing the Brain  
  Flossing the Brain  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 8/9/2020, 09:05
 
In his eye-opening Passover message, Rav Nissan Dovid Kivak elaborates on Torah 5 in Likutei Moharan and gives us the key to true joy; what could be better?  


Chametz Countdown  
  Chametz Countdown  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Update date: 6/10/2020, 14:41
 
As part of the Pesach preparations, we rid our homes and belongings of chametz (leavened products). During this process, we should focus on our hearts too…  


Chatzkel and Chaim  
  Chatzkel and Chaim  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Update date: 3/28/2018, 08:36
 
Chaim’s Seder table is oozes opulence, yet he can’t seem to relate to what’s going on. Chatzkel, with his bare necessities, is elated. What’s the difference between the two?  


Good Points and Gratitude  
  Good Points and Gratitude  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/10/2020, 15:32
 
Pesach is a special time of the year for us to do "spiritual spring cleaning"; we cleanse our hearts of ingratitude and all other emotional toxins…  


Holy Sweetness  
  Holy Sweetness  
 
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Publish date: 4/3/2011, 23:32
 
Passover is a sweetness so whole, that your mind and your emotions must be whole to taste it. One must connect with G-d to taste this holy sweetness…  


Shabbat HaGadol: No More Chains  
  Shabbat HaGadol: No More Chains  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/15/2020, 11:06
 
Shabbat HaGadol teaches us that we can do anything if we so desire; no obstacle can prevent us from performing the most difficult of mitzvoth...  


The Key to Freedom  
  The Key to Freedom  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 4/4/2018, 21:10
 
Did G-d systematically and utterly decimate Egypt and miraculously free the Jewish people so that they could go out mimic the Egyptian lifestyle in their own way?  


The Bitter Herb  
  The Bitter Herb  
 
By Rebbe Nachman of Breslev
Update date: 4/8/2017, 23:08
 
Rebbe Nachman’s famous story about the two vagabond guests for Passover teaches that we should always have patience, otherwise we’ll miss the treats on the way…  


Shmura Matzas, Shmura Heart  
  Shmura Matzas, Shmura Heart  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/4/2018, 21:16
 
“Chametz” in Hebrew literally means “soured”; shmura matzas are especially protected from any leavening influence. The heart needs the same protection…  


A Lesson of Responsibility  
  A Lesson of Responsibility  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Publish date: 3/14/2010, 21:23
 
What do a pit he dug in a public domain and chametz after the sixth hour on Passover eve have to do with one another? Both teach a lesson of responsibility…  


Getting Rid Of Chometz  
  Getting Rid Of Chometz  
 
By Bracha Goetz
Publish date: 3/7/2010, 15:24
 
We’re turning the house inside out for Passover, but we shouldn’t forgot who the real culprit is – not the dust and the cobwebs, but the arrogance in our hearts…  


Pesach: Collective Responsibility  
  Pesach: Collective Responsibility  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Publish date: 4/4/2009, 22:42
 
One of the underlying themes of the “korban Pesach” is the importance of “achdut” - national unity and the concept of "every Jew is a guarantor for his brother."  


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