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It’s About You!

The Haggadah states, "In every generation a person is obligated to see himself..." - to focus and to understand what is best for us rather than follow the majority. We need to be like our ancestors who did not allow the majority to impact or influence them.

Vital Topics for Your Pesach Seder

This Pesach is most significant because of the turmoil and suffering that Jews everywhere are experiencing. The Seder can give us optimism in Hashem’s promise that He is redeeming us! We will experience a most amazing salvation!

Define the Target

Our goal on Leil HaSeder is that our children will become bigger believers, truly trusting in Hashem’s goodness, speaking with Hashem at every step, and always looking forward to the Geula and yeshua, in those days, at this time. 

The Road to Freedom

During the Seder, we are commanded to feel that we were personally liberated from Egypt. This takes real effort over time - how can we feel liberated when we're in such chaotic times?

Searching for Crumbs

Passover cleaning, kids, crumbs everywhere, pressure...IIEEEE! How do we properly deal with our children when we are under the pressure of Passover cleaning?

Pesach Recipes

Pesach, the holiday when Jews eat only unleavened bread, commemorates the exodus from Egypt. The dietary restrictions can be challenging. Here are easy-to-make recipes with minimum preparation time.

The Most Important Ingredient

A child who feels the light of Shabbat at home, who sits at a Seder table that had not just matzahs, wine, and delicacies, but also the true light of the Exodus from Egypt the soul of such a child receives a thorough inoculation against all the generation’s temptations. And oh, don’t they need it!

Keep the Excitement

The “extras” we do in the course of performing mitzvot are rewarded in this world. What are those “extras”? We are rewarded for the amount of preparation, excitement, passion, joy, and love that we invest in a mitzvah.

One Nation – One Heart

At the Pesach Seder we ask the famous question, "Why is this night different than all other nights?" The Toldot Yaakov Yoseif (Parshat Tzav, 2) explains that the word "night" here is referring to the darkness of exile. Why is this exile longer and more bitter than all the rest? The answer might surprise you...

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