Saturday, April 12, 2008
Hi friends! The Jewish festival of Passover is here. Its time for the Seder, the Jewish culinary ritual. Seder is an integral part of Passover and has symbolic significance that dates back to the time of the great Passover itself. The Passover seder plate consists of six items:
  • Chazeret: Bitter herbs. These remind them of the bitter experiences of slavery.
  • Charoset : Made from grated apples, chopped walnuts, red wine and cinnamon. These signify the mortar used by Egyptians for constructions where the Israelites had to undergo suffering.
  • Karpas: Parsley. This is dipped in salt water to pay respect to the tears shed by the Israelites in slavery.
  • Z'roa: Roasted shank-bone. Symbolic of the lamb sacrificed on the night of Passover.
  • Beitzah: Roasted egg. This is the symbol of spring and regeneration.
These make up the Passover seder meal.

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posted by Michael at Saturday, April 12, 2008 ¤ Permalink ¤ 9 comments
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Passover is almost here and I am missing Jonathan. He is Jewish and one of the most adorable guy I ever met in school. I remember once discussing Passover with him. I only knew the history of Passover - how Moses rescued the Israelites from the slavery of Egyptians, how God redeemed his followers. Being a non Jew, I dint know what exactly is the meaning of Passover or what are the things that people do as a part of Passover celebrations. Insofar I remember from what Jonathan said it was a special holiday time that includes family gatherings and exotic Jewish meals, that are called Seders. There are also special prayers at the Synagogue, that includes reading of the Book of Haggadah ( that tells the Passover story).
But what most touched me was Jonathan's interpretation of Passover and Passover celebrations. He said that Passover is the reminder for all believers that no matter what the difficulty is, God shall deliver them from it. One just needs to believe. God never fails a true believer. It was a beautiful reassurance of God's presence in men's life.
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posted by Michael at Wednesday, April 02, 2008 ¤ Permalink ¤ 3 comments