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Day 2

2Today is two days of theOmer, connected to the Sefira of Gevurah within Chesed – which can be translated as Discipline in Loving-kindness, and seems to lead to this question: Do I commit to one person with all my heart and soul?

Kosher for Passover 2007 One Page Guide

Passover is one of the most joyous times of the Jewish year. While preparation requires effort, understanding what is required can make the task cheaper, faster, better and easier, and allow you more time to prepare for the spirit of the Holiday….Kosher for Passover 2007

This is the fifth edition or something like that of the one-page Kosher for Passover Guide.

Chag Kasher v Sameach – A Kusher un a Freiliche Pesach – Have a Happy and Kosher Passover!

Kosher for Passover 2007

Mystical Passover

Discussion on the Passover, starting with its basic elements, and ending with mystical insights and a magical story.

Recorded for Passover 2007


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Shabbat Ha Gadol Drasha

In his sefer “Eish Kodesh”, Holy Fire, which was written in the Warsaw ghetto, the Piasetzner Rebbe [Pieseczny] offers a beautifully simple explanation of ‘Shabbat Hagadol’. The Rebbe explained:

When I accept upon myself the yoke of Hashem’s kingdom no matter how difficult a situation I may find myself in, then I am making Hashem’s name great!

On this holy Shabbos, we proclaim our faith in Hashem, our ultimate redemption and the coming of Mashiach. Even today, despite everything we have lived through and are living through presently, we are making God’s name great by observing our Holy days and mitzvot.

Shabbos Hagadol is the Great Shabbos, for it was on this Shabbos that we proclaimed the greatness of Hashem.

Inspired by Rabbi Sholom Brodt: