Pre-Pesach Links and Have A Chag Kosher V’Someach

We want to take this opportunity to wish all our readers, commentors and contributors a Chag Kosher V’Someach. May we all continue to grow together and through our efforts help bring about the final redemption.

Here is a special link to all of the Beyond BT Pesach Posts from this year as well as last year. It includes the Beyond BT Guide to the Seder, practical advice and divrei torah.

Aish has an audio post of traditional hagaddah tunes. If you have little ones around the house, Aish also has Haggadah Coloring Pages and Ten Plagues Coloring Pages that will keep them busy during Sunday and Monday’s Pre-Pesach crunch time.

Rabbi Noson Weisz has a great article which shows us how to free ourselves from the limitations of physical reality (emes) and tap in to the deeper reality of sprituality (emuna).

YU Torah has a great Pesach package called Pesach To Go which includes some great Dvrei Torah and some great seder nights games for the kinderlach. And here’s the Pesach to Go from 5766.

Check out the Absolut Haggadah, a refreshing blend of humor and commentary trying to uncover the pshat (basic meaning) of the Haggadah.

Pesach is Z’man Cheiruseinu, the time of our redemption. Unfortunately, several Israeli soldiers remain captive. The OU is sponsoring a worldwide learning initiative in their merit, you can find out more and sign up here.

2 comments on “Pre-Pesach Links and Have A Chag Kosher V’Someach

  1. True, we hoped to be on the slopes of the Temple Mount. Nonetheless, sitting in Beit Shemesh, looking out the on the hills of the Land of Israel, walking through the cool air of Israel after the seder, walking out to see remains from Talmudic times in the surrounding hills-truly Hashem has done great things for the Jewish People beginning with leaving Egypt and right up to this day. It continues, as does our gratitude for every moment of this privileged generation!

    We can’t wait to come home to stay…

  2. Chag Kasher V’Sameach to all.
    I found pages 28-29 (The Home and the Karbon Pesach) from YU-Pesach To Go to be great!

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