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Telling, The: A Loving Hagadah for Passover…

Telling, The: A Loving Hagadah for Passover (Egalitarian)

by Dov Ben-Khayyim

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From the Introduction: "The Pesakh story has been told for several thousand years, but its lessons and magic continue to provide meaning to this very day. It is especially relevant today, when so many of us are alientated, pessimistic, fearful and in need of spiritual sustenance." The late Dov Ben Khayyim, changed very little of the traditional Hagadah, when he first edited the book in 1983. He said "I simply scraped away the male-oriented view of society, and left exposed the rich earth-oriented, joyful, thankful, and optimistic tale that reflects the essence of Jewish culture. Women and girls are brought into full equality with their male counterparts on all levels, historical and spiritual."

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