Friday, August 18, 2017
We have within us the capability to jump--to pass over, any and every obstacle that stands in our way.
This year, an estimated 130,000 heads of dairy cattle munched on beans and other Passover-approved foods during the holiday.
The world’s largest seder was saved at the last minute by a rush shipment, and the help of hundreds of volunteers.
As we journey through life we often find ourselves faced with seemingly indomitable barriers. Where do we turn to from here?
Want to sing 'Let it Go' at your seder, but don’t have the time or inspiration to write your own Passover version?
Why is the splitting of the Red Sea distinct from the 10 plagues that happened in Egypt? They were both miraculous events!
Baked matzah coming out of the oven at Streit’s Matzo factory on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
The Jewish community of Kaifeng, China will host its first official seder in centuries.
Looking at the bigger picture enables us to realize how precious life is, how trivial matters ought not to take up significant time in our lives.
For most Jews, matzah season takes place once a year. But for Jean-Claude Neymann, matzah is a family tradition that lasts all year long.


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