Gil Hoffman asks Jerusalem Post columnist Rabbi Stewart Weiss the tough questions about the upcoming Passover holiday, including how this year is different from other years, do we really have to say every word of the Haggadah if we want to keep our children involved, and do we really have to eat the bitter herbs? The Rabbi explains that we can only appreciate sweetness after the bitter herbs have been overcome. The interview concludes with a preview of the next holiday, the 70th birthday of Israel, and the question of how we show our appreciation to God.
Why is Rosh Hashana the holiday of optimism? Why does the holiday fit so well with the Jewish people and what is its universal message to the world? How is it the opposite holiday of Passover? And what do the Chicago Cubs have to do with Rosh Hashana? Jerusalem Post columnist and Ra’anana Jewish Outreach Center director Rabbi Stewart Weiss answers those questions and more on an inspiring edition of Inside Israel Today.
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