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I heard a vort on this.I'll try to make it short. Inהכרת הטוב there is degrees of hakoras hatov. The more the person understands from how far he came he will be more makir the one who brought him to the situation he his now. Coming back to the hagada in the beginning we were so low that we were idol worshipers and now, ועכשיו קרבנו המקום לעבודתו to such a ...


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A free person's perspective, looking back once we are able to produce our own crops. Furthermore, the author of the Hagada made a point of keeping the focus on God, not man, for the night, hence no mention of Moses is made in the entire text (well the original edition, anyway); the my father was a lost Aramean narrative is one that never uses the term ...


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We should not waste the opportunity to say ARAMI OVED AVI First we see a similarity between 3 Mishnayotthe first is in Arvey psachim quoted in the question.Psachim 10, 4‏ ...מַתְחִיל בִּגְנוּת וּמְסַיֵּם בְּשֶׁבַח, וְדוֹרֵשׁ מֵאֲרַמִּי אוֹבֵד אָבִי, עַד שֶׁיִּגְמֹר כֹּל הַפָּרָשָׁה כֻלָּהּ: ‏ The second is about Mikra Bikurim Bikurim 3, 6 ‏ ...


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I'll take a stab at #1. I think it's simple: humility to praise is the same as redemption from a kind of "Exodus" .



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