I'd like to add one more thought about the matzah. When the Israelites left Egypt, they decided to make bread. They did not  decide  to make matzah - they intended to make bread. However, the sun baked the flour and water they carried too quickly, turning it into flat, unleavened matzah.

The Israelites could have said, "We ruined our bread! It is garbage now! This is horrible!" Instead, they made do with what they had and moved forward. Now, matzah is one of the most central symbols of Pesach. It holds a great deal of meaning.

Often, I think, we can look what becomes as broken, incorrect, a deviation from our plan. But we can also look at it as our ancestors looked at their unleavened bread - a part of G-D's plan, a marker of a time that will make us stronger and perhaps wiser.

haggadah Section: Motzi-Matzah
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