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Maror is the bitter herb, often horseradish or romaine lettuce. Eaten at the Passover Seder, it recalls the bitterness of Egyptian slavery.
Thanking our spouses often might not feel genuine at first, but we usually have no problem thanking cashiers, postal workers and strangers. Surely, we should aim to extend this kindness to our own partners in life.
Do you know the history of the Passover celebration. Here's your chance to find out!
Wherever your soul has taken you, there must be something of profound value that you uncovered there.
This classic poem is attributed to Rashi. The Kabbalists, including Rabbi Yitzchak Luria (Arizal), saw deep, esoteric meanings and lessons embedded in its seemingly simple words.
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