by Rabbi Berel Wein
If the matzah could talk, what would we hear?
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
A lost diamond, a gaping black hole, and an inspiring Passover realization.
by Rabbi Yerachmiel Milstein
This Passover, break free from the ruthless hi-tech servitude.
by Rabbi Yaakov Salomon
In a world dominated by distractions galore, Passover affords parents an opportunity to connect with their kids in a most meaningful and magical way.
Passover is about redeeming our core identity.
by Rabbi David Aaron
The season to experience God's unconditional love.
by Miriam Katz
Eating Matzah connects us to our innermost essence, where our true freedom lies.
by Yaakov Astor
Rectifying Adam's mistake through matzah and wine.
As a survivor of child abuse, Passover has special meaning for me.
by Rabbi Doniel Baron
Understanding the deeper meaning of matzah can breathe new life into our Passover experience.
A mystical understanding of the splitting of the sea.
by Rabbi Dr. Jerry Lob
The Seder sandwich and the key to Jewish joy.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Passover is the story that answers man's existential quest for spiritual connection.
When I look behind me and see no help, and I look ahead of me and see no hope, I am now very sure to look above me.
by Rabbi Menachem Weiman
Why name this key holiday after a house-skipping incident?
Remembering that success is getting what you want; happiness is wanting what you get.
by Avi Geller
Insights and stories to share on Seder night.
by Sarah Shapiro
Why did our family, like American Jewish families everywhere, recognize Passover as the one thing we would never forget?
by Rabbi Noson Weisz
Passover offers the spiritual opportunity to move from hesitant faith to empowering knowledge.
Quite the contrary. Learn how to choose freedom this Passover.
by Rabbi Pinchas Stolper
Eating matzah is an act of defying the laws of nature, time and history.
by Miriam Adahan
Within each of us there is a spiritual Egypt from which we must extricate ourselves daily.
by Lady Amelie Jacobovits
A Passover story of Holocaust survival demonstrates how the powerful life force of a Jewish woman connects our past, present and future.
Passover affixed within the collective Jewish soul the commitment to build a better world free of cynicism and moral confusion.
Our kids have had a mighty tough year. Passover can help.
by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
The Passover Seder is God's order for how to proceed from spiritual slavery to spiritual freedom.
by Osher Chaim Levene
Passover is the season to dispel falsehood and pursue truth.
by Rabbi Chaim Levine
How to put your ego in check and let your soul shine through.
by Emuna Braverman
Physical freedom is not enough. Passover provides the opportunity of freedom with purpose.
by Jeff Jacoby
Explaining the war -- and Passover -- to a six-year-old.
by Jennifer M. Paquette
Passover proves the key to liberating one family's strained relations.
by Elliot Katz and Mitch Mandel
The 15 Steps of the Passover Seder as a Guide to Self-Growth
by Shimon Apisdorf
Freedom is not defined as coming and going as you please. True freedom is making independent choices -- and achieving meaningful goals in life.
Trying to make the world a better place is a deep drive within every human being. But somewhere along the way, many give up and trade in that value for more creature comforts.
by Rabbi Shmuel Veffer
Freedom from physical slavery is the first exodus. Then comes freedom from psychological enslavement. Passover shows us how to break lose from our mental chains.
Disciplining oneself to observe the mitzvot of the Torah sounds about as fun as twisting oneself into a pretzel. But as any virtuoso will testify, it is from discipline that greatness springs forth.
Humans can sometimes get stuck in a trap of self-delusion that is as confining as any prison. The good news is there's a way out.
by Rabbi Tom Meyer
What is really going on with the Four Sons, how do they relate to the Four Questions -- and what does it mean for us today?
by Rabbi Naftali Schiff
The Jewish people have suffered immeasurable tragedy in the last century alone. The crisis of today demands our utmost attention.
Dayenu is perhaps the most famous of all Seder songs. But the 15 verses are much more than child's play... they contain the roots of spiritual understanding.
Come on! What do you mean "Miracles"?
by Dina Coopersmith
Every holiday in the Jewish calendar represents a certain spiritual energy, and Passover resounds with the energy of faith.
by Rabbi Yakov Palatnik
How to bring more meaning and enjoyment back to the family Seder.
by Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky
Why is slavery the worst thing that can happen to a person? Why is it worse than death? The answer is as simple as it is profound.
A selection of great Haggadah insights you can use at your Seder.
We all have an eating disorder, and Passover is the most potent tool for treating it.
by Rabbi Noach Orlowek
Look in the details of the Haggadah and you'll find the world's best textbook in how to be thankful.
The love story began on a night when the loved one was totally unprepared, undeserving of love, yet the lover came anyway and saved her.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
The Sages designed the Passover Seder as 15 steps to make you enormously successful. Here's the key to unlocking the code.
Every component of the Exodus was meant to reveal another facet of how God is involved in the world.
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