^Like it, even without any Seder to look forward to...
he really answered some of my questions! yeh i do wantto know why the seder is soo long.... it really does have soo much in it and we jst need to understand it better...thanksomuch charlie this message was shown in a real way.. you hhave such great messages this rocks!!! you made sooo many things more clear to me in life its unreal!!!
thank you so much. up until this year i didn't even want to ask my questions. i didnt want to think about the reasoning behind all the mitzvos, etc.because i had so many questions and sometimes i felt like my head was gonna explode if i started thinking abbou them. pesach for me never had any meaning. everything i did was out of route. and i purposefully didn't do things because it seemed so pathetic and strange.my father tried his best and did everything possible for pesach to be meaningful. but i didnt let myself take anything to heart. i dont know how to thank you properly for this blog and everything else that you do. for once i feel like i'm going to try to do something about my life.
totally loved this!
my principal showed this to my school today and i was almost crying (which, though, could have just been the combined affect of it being dark, and just finishing davening and it being my last day in school). but i thought charlie harary;s lesson was so beautifl. each seder is special in its own way. not each one is going to be full of lengthy singing or indepth divrai torah on gematrias, connections, medrashim, etc. but even in the family mesoras of the seder not being special in that way and not getting those thing, EVERYONE can get storytelling. and if that is the point of the seder then EVERYONE, from the most into being frum to the least into being frum, can be affected by the seder. Thanks Chaya Sara for spreading Charlie Harary's lesson on your blog!
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