Reb Shlomo Carlebach has an insight to offer us:
Why do we break the matzah at the beginning of the Seder? Why do the children. bring back the broken piece of matzah at the end of the Seder? The afikomen, the broken matzah represents the brokenness in the world. There are so many broken hearts . . . broken lives . . . so many tears. We live in a world of yachatz, of brokenness. The world is fractured and we need to know that in order to repair it. But do you know who will fix the world? Do you know who will bring wholeness to the world again?
Our children. Our children will bring back the broken piece to make the world whole again.
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