The Maggid, or storytelling in Hebrew, is the bulk of the Seder. It’s complex in that it’s one story, but this one story is depicted in 6 different ways because the sages couldn’t decide on how to treat this story with the most respect. Others believe that it was told in different ways to keep people active and speaking so they could stay up through the entire seder: first we have the four questions, second the four children, third an actually telling, fourth some singing, fifth the ten plagues, and sixth an explanation of symbols.
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