Does matzah represent slavery or freedom?
Life is not about the calm. It’s about the waves.
Primo Levi’s account of his experiences in Auschwitz gave me the answer.
This Passover set yourself free.
A mud brick with straw, stamped with a royal seal that says “House of Ramses ll,” and other cool artifacts.
“Red Haggadahs” were published in the 1920s with the explicit goal of replacing belief in God with faith in Communist Russia.
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My grandfather’s Passover Seder, hiding from Nazis in the Krakow Ghetto.
I could not accept the constraints imposed upon me as a Jew growing up in Iran.
The Jewish people’s exile and redemption is a map for spiritual growth.
Slaughtering the Pascal lamb represented breaking free from predetermined forces beyond our control.
Embracing the spiritual opportunity of the Jewish month of Nissan and Passover.
How could anyone celebrate Passover, the holiday of liberation, in Auschwitz?
Passover ensures we retain the burning passion to get ahead.
Passover teaches us the deeper meaning in the search for a soul mate.
A lost diamond, a gaping black hole, and an inspiring Passover realization.
This Passover, break free from the ruthless hi-tech servitude.
Leading a secret life as a Jewish resistance fighter, you just never know who you're going to meet.
The Sages designed the Passover Seder as 15 steps to make you enormously successful. Here's the key to unlocking the code.
Eating Matzah connects us to our innermost essence, where our true freedom lies.
When I look behind me and see no help, and I look ahead of me and see no hope, I am now very sure to look above me.
As a survivor of child abuse, Passover has special meaning for me.
Passover affixed within the collective Jewish soul the commitment to build a better world free of cynicism and moral confusion.
Physical freedom is not enough. Passover provides the opportunity of freedom with purpose.
Why is slavery the worst thing that can happen to a person? Why is it worse than death? The answer is as simple as it is profound.
Humans can sometimes get stuck in a trap of self-delusion that is as confining as any prison. The good news is there's a way out.
Freedom from physical slavery is the first exodus. Then comes freedom from psychological enslavement. Passover shows us how to break lose from our mental chains.
Disciplining oneself to observe the mitzvot of the Torah sounds about as fun as twisting oneself into a pretzel. But as any virtuoso will testify, it is from discipline that greatness springs forth.
Trying to make the world a better place is a deep drive within every human being. But somewhere along the way, many give up and trade in that value for more creature comforts.
Freedom is not defined as coming and going as you please. True freedom is making independent choices -- and achieving meaningful goals in life.