• The Seder Order

    In Our Forefathers’ FootstepsAt the Seder, every person should see himself as if he were going out of Egypt. Beginning with our Patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, we recount the Jewish people’s descent i ...
    Introduction
    contributed by Denise Grollmus
  • Dayenu

    Verse 1: If He had brought us out from Egypt,Ilu hotzianu mimitzrayim,אִלּוּ הוֹצִיאָנוּ מִמִּצְרָיִם and had not carried out judgments against themv'lo asah bahem sh'fatim,ו ...
    Songs
    contributed by David Marantz
  • Reines Cover

    PASSOVER SEDER 2014
    Cover
    contributed by Larry Reines
  • Handwashing

    Urchatz   וּרְחַץ   At this point in the Seder, we're going to pass around a bowl - your job is to wash your neighbor's hands. Unlike traditional Jewish handwashing, no bessing is recited.  Wash hands wi ...
    Urchatz
    contributed by Lily Lozovsky
  • Rabban Gamliel

    Rabban Gamliel used to say: Whoever does not explain the following three symbols at the Seder on Passover has not fulfilled his duty:PESAH, THE PASSOVER OFFERINGMATZAH, THE MATZAH MAROR, THE BITTER HERBSPoint to the shank bone:The ...
    -- Closing
    contributed by jeffrey wise
  • Ten Ways to Destroy Your Life

    A traveler once was stopped by a highway robber who demanded his moneybag at gunpoint. “I’ll give you my money!” said the traveler. “But please, if I come home emptyhanded, my wife will never believe that I was robbed, and ...
    -- Ten Plagues
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Chabad Soul Urchatz

    Our hands are the primary tools to interact with our environment. They generally obey our emotions: Love, fear, compassion, the urge to win, to be appreciated, to express ourselves, to dominate. Our emotions, in turn, reflect our ...
    Urchatz
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Dayenu Verse 13

     If He had given us the Torah, and had not brought us into the land of Israel — Dayenu, it would have sufficed!  Ilu natan lanu et hatorah, v'lo hichnisanu l'eretz yisra’eil, dayein ...
    Hallel
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Chabad Soul Hallel

    The ancient rabbis clued us in on a key principle in cosmic functions: Whatever He tells us to do, He does Himself. Of course, there’s a difference: We do it in our little human world. He does it on a cosmic plane.He told us to ...
    Hallel
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Shloshah Eser yodeah

     Thirteen are the temperaments of God  שלושה עשר מידיא
    Hallel
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Dayenu Verse 12

     If He had brought us before Mount Sinai, and had not given us the Torah — Dayenu, it would have sufficed!  Ilu keirvanu lifnei har sinai,v'lo natan lanu et hatorah, Dayenu   &nb ...
    Bareich
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Chabad Soul Bareich

    The theme of grace after meals is confidence. Confidence in a Higher Force that is with us in our daily lives. With that confidence you don’t just see food before you. You see a river of life travelling from Above onto your plat ...
    Bareich
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Shnaim Eser Mi Yodea

     Twelve are the tribes of Israel   שנים עשר שיבטיא
    Bareich
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Chabad Soul Tzafun

    In the Kabbalah, it is explained that there is something deeper than the soul. There is the body, the spirit, and then there is the essence. If the soul is light, then that essence is the source of light. If it is energy, the ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Dayenu Verse 11

     If He had given us the Shabbat,and had not brought us before Mount Sinai Dayenu, it would have sufficed!  Ilu natan lanu et hashabbat, v'lo keirvanu lifnei har sinai, Dayenu   א ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Echat Esrai Mi Yodeah

     Eleven are the stars of the Joseph's dream    אחד עשר כוכביא
    Tzafun
    contributed by morah izzy

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