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The Foundation Stone“When the Holy One, blessed is He, created His world, He created it like an infant born from its mother. For a fetus born from the mother, begins from its navel and expands outward to all four directions so too, the Holy One, blessed is He, began to create the world from the Foundation Stone and from that, the entire world was established.” - Midrash Tanchuma – Pikudei #3

 

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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 13 – Concept 410 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“You shall not eat it (the Pesach Offering) partially roasted or cooked in water.” (Exodus 12:9) We are prohibited from eating the Pesach offering raw or boiled. (Rambam, Hilchot Korban Pesach)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 10 – Concept 115 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“And you shall tell your son on that day, saying, ‘It is because of this that God acted on my behalf when I left Egypt.” (Exodus 13:8) We are commanded to relate the story of the Exodus from Egypt on the night of Pesach. (Rambam, Hilchot Chametz U’Matzah)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 20 – Concept 415 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“You shall not break a bone in it.” (Exodus 12:46) We are prohibited from breaking any of the bones of the Pesach Offering. (Rambam, Hilchot Korban Pesach)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 21 – Concept 414 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“No uncircumcised male may eat of it.” (Exodus 12:48 – Rambam, Hilchot Korban Pesach)  The Children of Israel undertook two major missions in preparation for the Pesach Offering: They risked their lives by tying and publicly displaying the animal, the Egyptian god, as being prepared as an offering. They circumcised themselves
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 22 – Concept 110 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“Moses said to the people, ‘Remember this day on which you departed from Egypt from the house of bondage, for with a strong hand, God removed you from here, and therefore Chametz may not be eaten.” (Exodus 13:3) We are forbidden to eat Chametz all seven days of Pesach. (Rambam, Hilchot Chametz U’Matzah)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 23 – Concept 112 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“Nor may leaven be seen in your possession in all your borders.” (Exodus 13:7) We may not even see Chametz in our domain on Pesach. (Rambam, Hilchot Chametz U’Matzah)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 12 – Concept 278 Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“If you do not redeem it (the first-born donkey) you shall axe the back of its neck.” (Exodus 13:13) We are commanded to break the neck of the donkey if the owner does not intend to redeem it. (Rambam, Hilchot Bikkurim)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 11 – Concept 277 PDF Print E-mail

Parsha Mitzvot“Every first issue donkey you shall redeem with a lamb or kid.” (Exodus 13:13)  We are commanded to redeem the first-born donkey by giving a lamb to the Cohen. (Rambam, Hilchot Bikkurim)
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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: The Marranos & Pesach Print E-mail

Parsha MitzvotThe efforts which the Marranos made to maintain their Judaism is revealed in a question which was sent early in their history to Rav Solomon b. Simon Duran in Algiers. The Marranos placed particular emphasis on the celebration of Passover. Perhaps this was due to the fact that Passover came at the same season as Easter and thus

 

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Parsha Mitzvot: Bo: Mitzvah 8 – Concept 114 Print E-mail

Parsha MitzvotWe are commanded to eat Matzah on the night of Pesach. (Exodus 12:18; Rambam, Hilchot Chametz U’Matzah)
This Mitzvah symbolizes the attribute of Chesed – Expansive Life Force, which is why Abraham served Matzah to the angels that came to visit him and announce that Isaac
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