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comment Why do we say Pesach seder brachot both nights?
@YDK @Monica Originally the duplication was to avoid desecration of the holiday because of the calendar's uncertainty. Later - and I like YDK's comment to Shalom " it was later required as one for sure torah day and one for sure rabbinic day."
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comment Why do we say Pesach seder brachot both nights?
@YDK We in the diaspora are unconcerned with repeating the same prayers and same rituals in our celebration of 2 days because of this uncertainty of the Jewish (lunar) calendar before it was set.
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answered Why do we say Pesach seder brachot both nights?