• 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   ืึ ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Echat Esrai Mi Yodeah

     Eleven are the stars of the Joseph's dream    ืื—ื“ ืขืฉืจ ื›ื•ื›ื‘ื™ื
    Tzafun
    contributed by morah izzy
  • Tzafun

    At the conclusion of the meal, the children are given an opportunity to find the Aphikomon (Afikomen) that has been hidden earlier in the evening. The reader redeems it from the child who has found it and distributes pieces of it ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by Jeremy Kenner
  • Tzafun- Alexandra Mundlak

    Tzafun is the last morsel of food eaten by participants at the Seder. According to the english translation of the Haggadah, โ€œafter the meal, take the Afikoman and divide it among all the members of the household, by giving every ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by Elie Ganz
  • Tzafun

    After the meal we search for the afikoman. When the afikoman is found and returned to the leader, an olive-sized piece is distributed to each person, and all consume the afikoman with enthusiasm! ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by Lindsay Kuhn
  • Partake of the Aphikomon

    At the conclusion of the meal, the children are given an opportunity to find the Aphikomon. The reader redeems it and distributes pieces of it to all present. After partaking of the Aphikomon, it is customary to eat nothing else. ...
    Tzafun
    contributed by Meredith Blumoff