The day before Passover is a very busy time: searching for chametz, burning the chametz, the Fast of the Firstborn, preparing for the Seder, and more...

Out of Egypt. the Paschal Lamb. to see and to be seen. appointments in time. leaven and matzah. the Song at the Sea. a Messianic prophecy. a synopsis of the Torah readings for the first, intermediate and closing days of Passover

The science of preparing for this holiday is as ancient as the holiday itself. Visit here for a few useful crib notes...

A mind that is left idle is fertile ground for needless worries and fears. It is when we have nothing to think about that we start feeling down and sorry for ourselves. When you have nothing better to do, you get up to no good.

On the night before Passover, we conduct a “search and destroy” mission to find any remaining chametz. The search is traditionally conducted with a beeswax candle, feather, wooden spoon, and a paper bag...

On the night before Passover, we conduct a “search and destroy” mission to find any remaining chametz. The search is traditionally conducted with a beeswax candle, feather, wooden spoon, and a paper bag.

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