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It's Pesach vacation and there wasn't supposed to be be a Table Talk this week.
But after eight years, it's a hard habit to break.
seems to me that one way the night of Pesach is different from all
other nights is that it's the most celebrated Jewish holiday.
Even Groucho Marx made a Seder.
It wasn't like your or mine, that's for sure!
(You can read all about it here.)
But it was a Seder nonetheless.
Which is enough background for today's three questions:
1. What's your favorite Groucho line?
2. What does it mean to you that Jews everywhere - North and South America, Asia (world's largest one), Africa, probably even Antartica (although apparently not this year) (oh yeah, and also in the White House)- all sit down and make a Seder on the very same night?
3. Despite our being scattered around the globe, it is being reported that the Land of Israel is now the world's biggest Jewish center. What, if anything, does that mean to you and me?
Shabbat Shalom and Happy Pesach
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