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Entries in Pesach (46)

Monday
Mar262018

PREPARING FOR PESACH ON SHLICHUS

You work hard to prepare for Pesach. Have you ever thought about what it’s like to prepare to host hundreds of people, without a microphone, and all that food? When do the preparations begin (“the previous Motzaei Pesach”)? How are the Chabad hiddurim and chumros observed in places where people don’t even know the basic laws of Pesach? * These questions and others were asked of four young shluchim in distant countries, who took time off between their busy activities to tell us how it works

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Monday
Mar262018

THE TORAH SPEAKS IN RESPONSE TO FOUR SONS

Is the Tam a sincere simple person or someone who plays dumb? * Is the Chacham a “talmid chacham” or a wiseguy? * Probably, the “One Who does not know how to Ask” knows good and well about business and politics, so what happens to him on Pesach? * Is it possible that the main recounting of the Hagada is directed at the Wicked Son? * Understanding the depth behind the Four Sons who sit at the seder table, based on sichos and maamarim of the Rebbeim.

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Monday
Mar262018

AN INSPIRING PESACH WITH THE REBBE

A marvelous description of Pesach and the days preceding it, from the diary of Rabbi Tuvia Zilberstrom, rav of the Chabad shul in Shikkun Chabad in Yerushalayim.

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Monday
Mar262018

Chad Gadya

One of the hymns sung by many at the end of the Seder is Chad Gadya. Although it is not included in the Chabad version of the Hagada, it is nevertheless considered to be a holy hymn with deep symbolic and spiritual overtones.

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Tuesday
Apr042017

THE ONE MAN MOSHIACH SEUDA MACHINE

Throughout the year, Rabbi Eliezer Krugliak is a teacher in Oholei Torah in Kfar Chabad. But when Pesach approaches, he becomes a dynamic shliach, campaigner, publicist and producer, with one goal: to bring the Moshiach seuda to every Jewish home. * In an interview with Beis Moshiach, R’ Krugliak tells how it all began, about the first Moshiach seuda, about a simple way to get people to fulfill this custom, about the Rebbe’s approach to strengthening this mivtza, and why specifically a Moshiach seuda. * Also, about a moving Moshiach seuda in the heart of the inferno in Jenin.

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Tuesday
Apr042017

THE REBBE’S VISIT TO THE PESACH SEDER

A personal diary recorded by R’ Saadia Maatuf, describing his year on k’vutza, from Nissan 5733-Iyar 5734. In his emotionally charged diary, he provides a unique perspective of a child of Yemenite immigrants to Eretz Yisroel coming to the Rebbe for the first time. * Part 1 – the first encounter with the Rebbe, the Rebbe’s visit on Seder night to the Seder held by the bachurim, kos shel bracha in the place of matzos for the residents of Bareket, the drama surrounding the yechidus for the shluchim to Australia and other observations from Nissan 5733 with the Rebbe.

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Tuesday
Apr042017

Passover Greetings From The Rebbe

Pirsum Rishon: In honor of the upcoming holiday of Pesach we present letters of the Rebbe to the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) in honor of the holiday of Pesach, and the response of the JDC to the Rebbe * The Rebbe’s Letters

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Tuesday
Mar282017

PRE-EMPTIVE B’DIKAS CHAMETZ

Certain foods require bishul Yisroel (cooking by a Jew)* to retain their kosher status. The manner in which many kashrus agencies adhere to this standard is by having a Torah-observant Jew turn on the oven at the beginning of the workday, thereby aiding in the cooking process, thus rendering all food cooked during that cooking cycle bishul Yisroel.

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Sunday
May012016

MATZA SAVES FROM DEATH

What is the food that can be the sweetest thing you eat on Pesach? Matza from the Rebbe, of course! Imagine this, children, matza from the Rebbe for seder night! Today it seems like a sweet dream, but not that many years ago this dream was reality.

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Tuesday
Apr052016

WHY ROAST THE KORBAN PESACH’S LEGS?

This Shabbos, Parshas Tazria, is also Rosh Chodesh Nissan, the month of redemption. In shul we read Parshas HaChodesh, which tells about Hashem’s words to Moshe in Egypt two weeks before the Exodus. Hashem instructed us to set the Jewish calendar by the monthly new moon and to regard Nissan as the “head of months.” G‑d also instructed the Jewish nation to bring the Passover offering, to eat it with matza and bitter herbs, and to abstain from leaven for seven days.

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Tuesday
Apr052016

HOLIDAY OF FREEDOM, THANKS TO THE REBBE’S ADVICE

The month of Nissan had arrived. Preparations were being made for the upcoming Holiday of Freedom. Diligent women worked to clean their homes of the final crumbs of chametz while their husbands were busy baking matzos.

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Wednesday
Apr292015

MOSHIACH EVEN IN THE TIME OF EXILE

Each school would endeavor and seek to equate the name (of their Rebbi) with “Moshiach,” which is an acronym for “Menachem, Shilo, Yinon, Chanina” [spelling the word “Moshiach”], for even in the time of exile there is Moshiach.

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Monday
Apr202015

WHAT TREASURIES OF HEAVEN?!

At the end of the farbrengen, the Rebbe shlita spoke, with great emotion and amidst tears, saying that with regard to the Rebbe Rayatz one shouldn’t use the expression “nishmaso b’ginzei m’romim – his soul is in the treasuries of heaven”

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