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DVAR TORAH What does it mean to be free? ” Free ” means not having outside control over your actions, thoughts, behavior. There are different levels of freedom: 1) The freedom over physical actions; where you go, what you do. 2) The freedom over what you think about. 3) The freedom to make moral […]
An overview of the history and laws of the holiday of Pesach Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) is known as the “holiday of freedom,” commemorating the Jewish Exodus from Egypt following 210 years of slavery. Passover is regarded as the “birth” of the Jewish nation, and its lessons of struggle and identity continue to form the […]
MESSAGE FROM RABBI SHAW I guess the very hardest Mitzvah to fulfill at the Seder is that of seeing yourself as if you yourself had experienced the awful slavery and subsequent miraculous exodus from Egypt. Eating loads of matzah, drinking the four cups of wine, the maror, all the singing and all the Kneidlach etc. […]