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Pesach History, Secrets & Myths

These lectures presented by Rabbi Menachem Wolf are from our Pesach archives, they will clear up some questions and leave you wide eyed about the story of Pesach. How the Jews came to be slaves in Egypt The historical context and the juicy details of the pre-exodus story. Featuring murder, seduction, betrayal and astrology. Explore

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The Seder Explained

The Seder Explained

Watch & Learn. These two lectures are form our archives and were recorded for the purpose of explaining many of the seder aspects and process. For a step by step guide to running a seder click here.  The Pesach Seder Crash Course A full rundown and crash course with basic commentary on the seder –

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60 Seconds With Laibl

Pesach Thoughts RAbbi Laibl Wolf has a unique ability to capture big and powerful ideas in 60 seconds. We have colated the 60 second ideas which have a relevance to Pesach. They were recorded at different points over the years but their messages remain as current as ever. Your Daily Exodus The exodus from Egypt

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Kabbalah Lectures: Pesach Themes

We bring you lectures and classes form our archives that address themes associated with Pesach such as personal freedom and growth. The Hebrew word for Egypt is Mitzrayim, when substituting the vowels in Hebrew, the  word becomes Meitzarim meaning constraints. the story of Yetziat Mitzrayim (exodus from Egypt) is also a message of Yetziat Meitzarim

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Yizkor Guide

Yizkor Guide, Prayers & Times

Yizkor can mean ‘remember’ and it can also mean ‘mention’. When we recite the Yizkor prayer we not only remember loved ones but bring them into the present by mentioning them. There are a number of variations for the Yizkor memorial prayers, at Spiritgrow we encourage people to use the text found in the Artscroll

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How & Why Sell Chaetz

How & Why to Sell Your Chametz

By Rabbi Menachem Wolf. The Torah describes that on the festival of Pesach, not only should we not eat chametz (leaven/fermented grain product), we shouldn’t have any chametz in our possession. Besides bread, cakes and biscuits, many liquors, processed foods, drinks and sauces contain ingredients that are in fact chametz. The Talmud explores the issues

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Search And Burn Chametz

How & When to Search & Burn Chametz

By Rabbi Menachem Wolf. The search for chametz is a ritual based on the traditional double checking that the home is free of chametz (leaven or fermented grain-based product). Once upon a time, before preservatives and refrigeration, houses were more likely to be rid of chametz over the Pesach week (today we sell the chametz

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Candle Lighting 2022: Blessings & Times

Lighting the candles of Shabbat and Yom Tov (festivals) is a part of ushering in the energy of those sacred moments into one’s home. The specific times of lighting correspond to the sun’s setting and stars emerging in the night sky – both of these are significant shifts in the energy of the day and

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