Passover Quotes – Inspirational Passover Quotation 2017

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Anyway Passover is the popular festival of Christian Religion this Monday aril 10 to Tuesday april 18 s the time of Passover it is Jewish holiday.  It is also known as a peasch. This time is golden time for those who are waiting for this festival.

Passover quotes – inspirational Passover quotation 2017



Passover beautiful quotes 2017 for men women and kids

Get rid of the old leaven of sin so that you may be a new batch of dough — as you really are. ~Bible, I Corinthians 5:7

Passover is one of my favorite times of the year. This is when the whole community and family gets together to remember who we are and why we are here. ~Jennifer Wanger

Pesach without children is like a cantor without a song, like an actor without any lines, or a storyteller without an audience. ~Joe Bobker, And You Thought There Were Only Four: 400 Questions to Make Your Seder Enlightening, Educational and Enjoyable, 2006

Jews who long have drifted from the faith of their fathers… are stirred in their inmost parts when the old, familiar Passover sounds chance to fall upon their ears. ~Heinrich Heine (1797–1856), Der Rabbi Von Bacharach

The Israelites were free not only from the degradation of bondage, but from its agony. They were safe from the taskmaster’s cruel whip. They were delivered from the fetters of despair. This thought intensifies the effect of the Passover. We feel all the suffering of our dead ancestors. We share their burdens with them. But we hear too the fateful signal which proclaims that the hour of their redemption has struck; we march forth with them from the scenes of oppression in gladness and gratitude…. So indestructible is the effect wrought by these moving episodes of a bygone day! ~Morris Joseph, “Passover,” Judaism as Creed and Life

Today, Passover is used as an opportunity to reflect on the things that plague our world, to seek justice for the still-oppressed and even to bring together multi-faiths family and friends under the common banner of universal freedom. ~”Passover 2011: The Unleavened Basics,” Huffington Post

Today, Passover is a festival of freedom….Passover remains relevant and contemporary, while at the same time a ritual several thousand years old…. The content—at least some of it—is flexible and determined by the participants at specific celebrations. Thus, the holy day is still meaningful to younger generations, because it allows for creative input and participation. It breathes. ~Jack Santino, “Winter into Spring: Celebrating Rebirth and Renewal,” All Around the Year: Holidays and Celebrations in American Life

There on the Seder table,
In the quiet dining room,
The symbols of the service
Talked in the twilight gloom….
Then silence fell for a moment;
But sweet as a bell’s clear note,
Came a voice that thrilled the twilight
From the candlestick’s hollow throat.
“I gleam for the Sabbath and feast days,
The prayers o’er me never cease!
I shine for the truth of Israel,
And always I speak of peace!”
“Peace!” whispered the Seder symbols—
“Gone are the sufferings and thrall!”
And like a benediction
Peace settled over all.
~Hadassah, “On the Seder Table,” 1917

Take particular care of your books…. When you lend a book to any one, make a memorandum of it before it leaves your house, and when it is returned cancel the entry. Every Passover and Tabernacles call in all your books that are out on loan. ~Judah Ibn Tibbon, advice to son, quoted by Israel Abrahams, Jewish Life in the Middle Ages, 1919

Each Jew must either give or take tzedakah [charity] for Passover. ~Sholem Aleichem (1859-1916), A Pesachdike Expropriacie, 1908

To keep green, then, the memory of the Exodus was for the Israelite not only to keep his gratitude to his Divine Redeemer ever fresh, but to ratify again and again his covenant with his religion. ~Morris Joseph, “Passover,” Judaism as Creed and Life

The religious act is done reverently and lovingly in gratitude for the ancient Redemption, and thus becomes a type of the deep religious emotion with which that memorable event ever fills the pious heart. ~Morris Joseph, “Passover,” Judaism as Creed and Life

Because I was born a slave, I love liberty more than you. ~Ludwig Börne (1786–1837)

Bitter is wine, but it sweetens all bitterness. ~Moses Ibn Ezra


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