Atkins, Passover Haggadah

To him songs of praise are due to him it is fitting

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Unformatted text preview: his was so that his tomb should not become a place of pilgrimage to be worshipped at by the superstitious. He never made it to the Holy Land unlike those Jews today who do not have the privilege of living in Eretz Yisrael, of at least being able to jump on a plane and visit. It has been explained that the compiler of the Haggadah wanted to emphasize that the exodus and redemption were completely and absolutely the work of the Holy One Blessed Be He and not brought about by Moses who all along only did what God commanded him. Judaism is very insistent that there is no intermediary between God who is the Creator and the Originator of all, and His creature man Thank you for bearing with me all the way through my personal journey through the Haggadah, which I hope has been of interest and that some of my explanations have satisfied some of the questions associated with Pesach and the Haggadah. I have introduced and tried to explain some of the concepts of our Jewish faith and tradition that I have associated with the text.. I hope...
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