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The Maharal says (Gevuras Hashem 61) that all Jews for all time were directly affected by being redeemed from Egypt, even though there are subsequent exiles, the exodus makes every person alive today inherently a free person, and any subsequent enslavement is only temporary and external. So the events of the exodus have a direct continued effect on our ...


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See YU's Empowered Learning by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. His message is that “destiny created history” and as the Ibn Ezra says to Exodus 13:8 “And thou shalt tell thy son in that day, saying: It is because of that which the L-rd did for me when I came forth out of Egypt. והַגּדָתּ לבְנָך בּיּוֹם ההוּא לאמר בֲּעבוּר זה עשָֹה ה' לי בֵּצאתי ...


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the Ba'al Ha'agada writes, chayav adam l'rois es atzmo, k'ilu hu yatza m'mitrayim. there is an obligation to view oneself as if he were leaving mitrayim. it isn't a commerotaion of the past, rather it is reliving the moment. rav yerucham levovitz in da'as torah parshat tzav explains that the ability of imagination and thought is in fact a tool to create, and ...


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Ramban (13th century) famously writes in his commentary to Torah at the end of parshat Bo that through commemorating the miraculous events in Egypt we reaffirm the fundaments of God's knowledge of and involvement with the world. יצוה אותנו שנעשה תמיד זכרון ואות לאשר ראו עינינו, ונעתיק הדבר אל בנינו, ובניהם לבניהם, ובניהם לדור אחרון. והחמיר מאד בענין... ...


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Google "priestly garments temple institute". The second page says the belt, which is worn over the body/heart stones for haughtiness. All the garments represent something. If you don't lil that answer. The kohen wears a belt so his pants don't fall down!


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From Wikipedia here: The priestly sash or girdle (Hebrew avnet אַבְנֵט) was part of the ritual garments worn by the Jewish and priests of ancient Israel whenever they served in the Tabernacle or the Temple in Jerusalem. The "sash" or "girdle" worn by the High Priest was of fine linen with "embroidered work" in blue, purple and scarlet (Exodus 28:39, 39:29); ...



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