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Healthy Eating for Passover  
  Healthy Eating for Passover  
 
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Publish date: 3/26/2012, 19:11
 
How can an Ashkenazi Jew who is not allowed to eat legumes on Pesach eat healthy when there's not much more all week long than meat and potatoes?  


A Practical Guide to Pesach  
  A Practical Guide to Pesach  
 
By Breslev Israel staff
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
When Pesach is observed in the appropriate and honorable manner, one is able to repair the negative desire for money and attain true fear of God, prophetic inspiration...  


Don  
  Don't Let the Redemption Pass You By  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 08:56
 
When the war began in Iraq, the Israeli government advised its citizens to start sealing their rooms against the possibility of chemical warfare...  


Freedom - To Be Redeemed  
  Freedom - To Be Redeemed  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 08:57
 
The month of Nissan is the time when the Children of Israel were freed from their slavery in Egypt, and according to our Sages it is the time when the Final...  


The Redeemer of Israel  
  The Redeemer of Israel  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 08:58
 
"At least we won't have to clean the cupboard for Pesach," he said, in an attempt to cheer his wife up. But she continued to sit in silence amidst...  


The Cossack Who Came to the Seder  
  The Cossack Who Came to the Seder  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 09:00
 
The fish stuck in Reb Feivel's throat and he barely even tasted the soup. But by the time the chicken was served, Reb Feivel had come up with an idea...  


Cleaning for Pesach  
  Cleaning for Pesach  
 
By Beth Seewald
Update date: 4/7/2019, 11:05
 
However, even with doing all of this, I was not even close to being done with the cleaning, and Pesach was to start the next day! What should I do?  


All of a Kind Festival  
  All of a Kind Festival  
 
By Chava Dumas
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
In our home this past Chanuka, we were publicizing the miracle of Purim. Now why would we be doing that you might wonder? Well, really we were celebrating Purim because I was...  


Steps to Freedom  
  Steps to Freedom  
 
By Rabbi Erez Moshe Doron
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
At this moment all you will receive is a humble vegetable dipped in salt water. If you can swallow this surprise and continue, even though you did not...  


Leaven and Unleavened  
  Leaven and Unleavened  
 
By Rabbi Erez Moshe Doron
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
What is the difference between chometz and matzoh, leaven and unleavened? The raw materials are identical—flour and water...  


A Time of Renewal  
  A Time of Renewal  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Spring – it's a time of new beginnings; renewal. I love the freshness, the crisp clean air, the feeling of rebirth, and yes, I even find myself...  


Tale of the Bitter Herbs  
  Tale of the Bitter Herbs  
 
By Rabbi Gedaliah Fleer
Update date: 4/14/2019, 14:57
 
After all the effort to begin, we are given a little bitterness to purify ourselves. But if we think that this bitterness is all there is to serving God...  


Memories of Pesach  
  Memories of Pesach  
 
By Malka Stern
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
I have wonderful memories of Passover. Our house sparkled, and we felt as if we were expecting something special to happen. The Seder Night created a...  


Four Cups To Freedom  
  Four Cups To Freedom  
 
By Jacob Rupp
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Some may describe drinking four cups of wine as having a “religious experience.” Others may call it getting drunk. Regardless of how it makes us feel, we drink...  


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