Pesach Haggadah, Magid, Story of the Five Rabbis
It happened to Rabbi Eliezer, Rabbi Joshua, Rabbi Elazar ben Azariah, Rabbi Akibah, and Rabbi Tarfon, that they were once banqueting at B'nei B'rak, and were speaking about the Exodus from Egypt all that night until their disciples came and said to them, "Rabbis! the time has arrived for saying the morning SHEMA!" Rabbi Elazar ben Azariah said, "I am about seventy years old. and I did not understand why the story of the departure from Egypt should be told at night until Ben Zoma explained it thus : 'The Bible says (Deut. xvi. 3), "That thou mayest remember the day when thou camest forth out of the land of Egypt all the days of thy life." Had it said " The days of thy life," it would have referred only to the day. But as it says, "All the days of thy life," it means to include the nights. The Sages, however, say, had it said only " the days of thy life," it would have referred to this world alone, but as it says, "All the days of thy life," it means to include also the days of the Messiah.'''
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