Locusts, darkness and death descend upon Pharo’s kingdom. After 3 generations of anxiety and oppression, the Israelites finally walk out of Egypt. The Israelites are commanded to use ritual objects to remember those times. Following a miraculous event – or a traumatic experience – how do we engage with emuna? During the darkest days of the Holocaust, when Jewish texts were systematically destroyed along with human beings, why did one survivor insist on writing a sidur (prayer book), lest the world be left without one?
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Sources include Shemot 10:7, Shemot 13:18
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