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Your Stress-Free Pesach Seder

How Do I Run an Inspiring and Meaningful Seder?

1 hr 25 min

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Tips for Your Pesach Seder. This lecture was presented 10 Nissan 5777, April 6, 2017, at Ohr Chaim, Monsey, NY

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    Lauren -2 years ago

    Thank you - what stories - Tradition thats what its all about!

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    Zahava & Yossi Leaf -4 years ago

    Thank you!

    Excellent class, thank you so much for your continued inspiration.

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  • Anonymous -4 years ago

    First let me thank you for your lectures and teachings that inspires me all the time,

    I was last night at you lecture. You were discussing the topic self-pity and guilt of not being good enough or as to say דאס איז א סדר???פארדעם האט מען אזוי שווער געארבעט???? 

    I was seated next to two unknown people we were looking at each other red faced and without words we fully understand what you were talking to me personally I think the question was the big elephant in the room that many related too 

    You were explaining the meaning of the 15 סימנים and פשט of נרצה. That regardless the way you did the סדר Hashem excepted it fully and embraced it and loved it.

    I must say the explanation was so powerful and meaningful to me it gave me a lots חיזק and self-worth

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    eli -7 years ago

    I, and my family, had our best ever sedarim, thanks to your message about nirtza. Nirtza is not an action that we perform, but rather it is a guarantee that Hashes will love our seder. That guarantee applies regardless of whether the seder looked like our expectations.

    Based on that message, I approached the seder in a relaxed attitude, maybe the first time ever. I didn't rush anyone. And, when the seder became groups of my married children attending to the needs of their children, I didn't get upset and instead rejoiced in it. I could still talk to my wife and son and daughter in law who don't yet have children.

    Thank you for sharing that message of sanity.

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