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Keeping Passover: Everything You Need to Know to Bring the Ancient Tradition to Life and to Create Your Own Passover Celebration

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"Although the idea of 'keeping Passover' has too often come to mean the strict observance of an unending string of ordinances, decrees, rules, regulations, testimonies, precepts, laws, and statutes, it can as well mean the safekeeping of something precious and worth preserving. Tradition should be like the ballast that keeps a ship steady in an ocean of constant st
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Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 10th 1995 by HarperOne (first published February 18th 1995)
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“Burn the chametz. By nine or ten o’clock on the morning before the seder, erev Pesach (the day preceeding Passover), we should have eaten the last chametzdikhe food we had set aside. After that, we burn all the chametz turned up in our search the night before and say the following…statement:
All leaven in my possession which I have seen or not seen, which I have removed or not removed, is hereby nullified and ownerless as the dust of the earth.
Martin Buber relates that when the
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My guide in the process of making Passover meaningful for us.
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