Passover: Keep It Simple
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Passover: Keep It Simple

Passover: Keep It Simple

Matzah and the key to freedom.

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Published: March 24, 2007


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Visitor Comments: 6

(6) Margarita, April 11, 2007 6:33 AM

Time to remember our freedom and our country

I think it's very sad to see even at the time when our country is struggling, we still cannot find everything in all kosher shops, which would be made in Israel (eg: matzah from ukraine - the place of anti-semites, the swiss chocolate - the country that was very quiet during the war, who cares how many Jews died...) I think it's time to be free, to pay ourselves, to buy products made in Israel. It would be our freedom, it would be our belonging, and hopefully someone wouldn't need our help - industry would have enough jobs for people to earn money, not ask for help.
Lets be free....

(5) julie sergel, April 1, 2007 9:38 AM

'Tis true!

Yes! Why do we get so looped and lost in the details, when the essence, the true fragrance, is what's most important! I LOVE YOUR MESSAGE!!! My heart greets it as well! Thank you!!

(4) Raul Avalos, March 30, 2007 6:23 PM

Simple message, great results

We need to go back to basics. The enormous amounts of information has flodded our minds and hearts leaving no room for the simple things that God had provided for His Creation, us.
Thanks
Raul Avalos, Guatemala, Central America

(3) Sachs, March 29, 2007 1:59 PM

Toda Raba that the true

Emet is simple and all you say is true.
Thanks , Toda raba chawer Yakar

(2) Julius Sasto, March 25, 2007 8:08 PM

Inspiring and simple

I found this message to be most inspiring and interesting. I sent copies to most of my friends and relatives to read out at their seder table

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