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Your New Seder Companion

Your New Seder Companion

Here's a simple idea that can transform your Seder experience.


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Some people are funny. Some are insightful. Some are cynical. Some find a humorous touch in everything. Others find irony. Some write beautifully. Few people do them all as well as Rabbi Yaakov Salomon does. Entertaining, inspiring, astute, he has the uncommon ability to look something to give us pause and make us think. His new book, Something to Think About , gives us just that -- with a healthy dose of wit and charm. Click here to order.

April 8, 2006

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Visitor Comments: 4

(4) Tzvi Nightingale, April 16, 2006 12:00 AM

LOL Funny

Excellent and hilarious. As for Mr. Levine's concerns - I think he needs to lighten up a little. Rabbi Salomon is not trying to disparage but merely expand the horizons of so many who habitually fail to see the wonderful tools available that can enrich our Jewishl lives.

(3) moshe lieberman, April 10, 2006 12:00 AM

best part

the best part of waking up on (sunday mornings)is salomon in your "kup"

(2) David S. Levine, April 9, 2006 12:00 AM

Maxwell House Deserves Better

It just was not right to disparage the Maxwell House brand or General Foods after, was Rabbi Salomon correctly put it, the company has over the years distributed 40,000,000 Haggadahs to the Jewish community. The company certainly deserves at least a "thank you" for doing this even if it was a good advertising vehicle. I will continue to use the maxwell House books and I find that there is no reason not to!

(1) Yerachmiel Milstein, April 9, 2006 12:00 AM

Yaakov Salomon is the heavenly bloggist...

Simply put: your best brew, ever! And, so spoiled have we become, that we fully expect a fresh, even better pot percolating by next week.

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