The shiur presents many concise insights into the initial sections of the Haggadah, illuminating the reasons for many of our Seder customs and laws. L’ilui nishmas Yosef Nissan ben Yechezkel, Mr. Joseph Glatt a”h. Shiur starts at the four-minute mark
“Shana” (year) means “shinui” (change) – each year should be different from the last. Find out how to make that happen! Delivered at the Young Israel of Woodmere.
New for 5779! Insights to share at the Seder. Recorded at the Young Israel of Woodmere.
During the Holocaust Rav Oshri was asked halachic questions that were later compiled in his sefer שו”ת ממעמקים. The questions asked show the level of commitment of the Jewish People even during the darkest times. L’ilui nishmas Anna Glatt, Chana bas Meir Avraham, a”h
Why do we split the Hallel into 2 parts on the night of the Seder? Why don’t we say a bracha on Hallel at the Seder? Why do we praise the Name of Hashem, not Hashem himself? Why is saying Hallel everyday blasphemous? L’ilui nishmas Yoseif Nissan ben Yechezkel, Joseph Glatt, a”h
The emphasis at the seder is to feel that God took you out of Egypt together with the rest of the nation, that God did this for us. The paragraph of l’fichach as a preamble to Hallel. Le’ilui nishmas Yosef Nissan ben Yechezkel, a”h
Some ideas you can share at your Seder to enhance the experience. Topics include 1) Kama Maalot Tovot. 2) Pesach, Matzah & Marror: These 3 things destroy satan. Why do we need all 3? Each has an attribute that the other doesn’t. They correct for 3 different things.