The Meaning of the Seder Night
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שיעורי טקסט Rav Yair Kahn Matza: Symbol of Servitude, Redemption, or Both? There are many halakhic indicators, as we shall see, that matza is both the bread of servitude and the bread of redemption. Why are there two foods to symbolize the redemption – matza and the Pesach offering; and why are there two foods to symbolize the servitude – matza and maror? Furthermore, how is it possible that matza can symbolize these two opposites?
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