Atkins, Passover Haggadah

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Unformatted text preview: r of that rebuke and in recognition that all human being are made in God's image as we learn from the Bible that Adam and Eve were the first human beings. Therefore, all mankind with no exception is descended from them. To remind us that all men are interrelated and from one family we, on the very festival that celebrates our redemption and our birth as a nation, mute our joy so as to speak in awe of the Creators concern for all his creatures and sing the shorter version of the Hallel. Nevertheless, as the first day is a festival, and the destruction of the Egyptian army took place on the seventh day of our going out of Egypt, on the first day (two days outside Israel) we sing with fervour the complete Hallel. The custom in Israel is also to sing the Hallel on the first night in the synagogue after the evening service. It is of course also said at this point during the Seder but without the preceding and ending blessings. We also learn a lesson from God’s adjuration “why cry unto Me, speak to the Children of Israel that they go forward” (Ex. Ch. 14 V. 15) Although we must trust in God, we must also at times take our...
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