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Unformatted text preview: t an end in itself. The Exodus was the
start of a journey that has not yet finished. First, we had to leave Egypt. Then we had to receive the
Torah at Mt. Sinai. And then we have to accept the mantle of the commandments and our destiny.
And finally to settle the Land of Israel in perpetuity.
We now await with patience the building of the final Temple and the final fulfillment of our
destiny. To bring the knowledge of God, morality, peace, fairness and decency to the peoples of the
world. But to do this we must examine ourselves and strive to improve ourselves so that we are
worthy of doing so .It is very easy to tell others how to behave but much more difficult to take our
own advice 60 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins : ¯ ¯ , , , ¯ , ,
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. , , , ¯ , ¯ So how much must we be to God for the very many favours He bestowed on us. That
He has brought us out of Egypt and meted out judgments on them. He meted out
judgment on their gods, slew their first born and gave us their wealth, and divided the
Sea and brought us through it on dry land, and drowned our oppressors within it and
supplied our wants in the desert and fed us with the manna and...
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