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Introduction
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Shabot 6000: Plight

 Shabot

Introduction
Source : A Growing Haggadah

Rabbi Meir ben Tzipporah v’Nechemia haLevi was often asked about the meaning of the roasted egg. It remains on the Seder Plate, yet never discussed. The egg reminds us of many things. Its presence on the Seder Plate represents the holiday sacrifice our ancestors made when the Temple stood. But, as with any good symbol it is rich with meaning. The egg itself is symbolic of life and reminds us of the blossoming world around us. The egg’s roundness reminds us of the unending nature of life. But why is it roasted? Some tell us that, like the roasted egg, the Jewish people gets harder and stronger the more they are tested.

Introduction
Source : Free Siddur Project, adapted

Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheinu Melech ha’olam, hamotzei lechem min ha’aretz.