Tag Archives: Passover

In Humanity of The Wild West

Two startlingly different and divergent award winning Westerns, which are surprisingly similar in their motifs, come to my mind. Almost mirror opposites, these two films contain an analogous theme: A lone, rather uptight, cowboy, who is attracted to another man’s wife, and a boy who grows more and more attached to the cowboy.

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The Secret of Six

I love the connection of numbers and Torah. In macro-terms, Torah is the blueprint of the universe. What is the secret of six? According to the famous Passover song, Who Knows One?, one is God, two are the tablets, three are the forefathers, four are the matriarchs, five are the books of Torah, and six are the books of the Mishnah.

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Pesach: Unbreakable Soul

Some 3000 years ago, we were an enslaved people yearning for liberation from a tyrant. With the Haggadah, every year we gather to start our calendar anew by retelling the saga of the birth of the unbreakable soul of our nation.

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Boulder-Area Restaurants Offer Passover Catering

Passover is less than a month away, and Boulder restaurants are posting their Passover catering menus. They all look delicious! So for those of you who have "left Mitzrayim" of cooking your own seder meals, here are options to look into.

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Order a Complete Seder for 4 from A Spice of Life

This year, let A Spice of Life give you a taste of the celebratory meal you love, even if you can't gather with your loved ones in person. We've put together a collection of our families' own recipes to bring a traditional Seder dinner to your table, and have included the Seder plate essentials for your convenience and peace of mind.

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An Appeal for Help This Passover

Why is this year different from all others? This year we are all facing a global plague that has forced us into a desert of social isolation, void of human contact, and for some, basic needs.

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