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Rabbi Plotkins' Blog

Posted on April, 27th, 2016

First day Passover sermon ( influenced by Rabbi Kassel Abelson)    


On the Seder table there are three Matzot which are covered and used at the beginning of the Seder.  The leader of the Seder takes the middle matzah, breaks it, wraps it up and puts it away.  It is the Afikomen to be eaten at the conclusion of the Seder.

 There seems to be a lesson in the fact that it is the middle matzah that gets broken in half. 

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