Should Passover be Celebrated in Auschwitz?

Exploring the essence of freedom.

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(3) Laura, April 10, 2019 11:44 PM

I have been pondering the questions raised in this video message since yesterday. I think that G-d wants us to bloom where we are planted, so that we can celebrate life, even under the most difficult of circumstances.

(2) Joshua Uhiara, May 24, 2016 3:20 PM

I need a transcript of the prentation on Passover

I enjoyed the analysis of freedom. It is spiritually uplifting to know what true freedom is.

(1) Anonymous, April 20, 2016 12:06 PM

Egypt Leaving

Really appreciated your presentation, especially the explication of "Yetziat Mitzrayim". It may help me deal with my general bitterness and cynicism about Jewish suffering through history...I don't believe the Passover story is factual, but maybe on a deeper level it's true.

Anonymous, April 11, 2019 1:31 AM

Sorry but......

Im sorry that you are bitter. That must be tough. Your awareness is a huge step in the direction of freeing yourself from it. Know there is hope!
Re your difficulty in believing the story of Yetzias Mizrayim, consider the fact that this is reported and recorded in a book that was given to our ancestors (The Torah) which they accepted as true. Had they not thought so, they wouldn't have accepted it! They then passed it through the generations to us!
Even the Christians and Muslims accept the Torah as true, as they understand that things witnessed by millions of people in the open, recorded and accepted by millions of people cannot be refuted.
Also, consider the archaeological finds if that helps you.
Hatzlocho!

 

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