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One serious question begs to be asked as we celebrate our Divine deliverance from the slavery of Egypt.
That's why it's so important to heed the famous words of George Santayana that "Those who do not learn from the past are condemned to repeat it." We know how horrible it can be to live without a personal memory of events that preceded.
They are the five most important things to know about Passover, and to incorporate into every day of the rest of the year.
Because we’ve absorbed them into our national psyche for the thousands of years since the Exodus, we’ve been privileged to fulfill in great measure our prophetically mandated role to become a light unto the nations.
A pessimist, it's been said, is someone who has no invisible means of support.
Jewish optimism is rooted in a contrary notion, a firmly held belief that we are blessed with support from above by a caring God.