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No Seder Worth Passing Over

Posted in Uncategorized by com360bu on March 28, 2013
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By Lee Pikelny

This weeks podcast, which also happens to be the debut episode of Speaking Leebrew, focuses on having Passover Seders. The Seders are the festive meals and the (literal translation) order of events which take place on the first two nights of Passover, marking the beginning of the holiday. While most Seders are spent with the family, or in a large community, every Seder can have the same amount of meaning, even when it’s by one’s self, as Lee [attempted] to do this year.

Click here for more information on Passover and the Seder, click below for the podcast.

No Seder Worth Passing Over

Speaking Leebrew could be a weekly podcast featuring Lee Pikelny discussing his world of Judaism, from reflecting around the holidays, eating certain foods, meetings with Rabbis, and much more. Guests, both Jewish and not, would be brought in on occasion to share opinions and have a conversation. Most of the episodes would be solo. I would expect the casual Jew to be included in my audience, as well as those interested in Judaism and a Jewish perspective that isn’t on the extreme side.

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