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Wednesday, 16 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 19, 2019

    Moshiach’s Seudah in Fiuggi, Italy

    Tel Aviv Chief Rabbi Israel Meir Lau joined British Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet and Paris Rabbi Levi Matusof for Moshiach's Seudah in Fiuggi, Italy, on the last day of Pesach. More

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    I was never by one before. It was special to listen to the songs and the rabbis

    Just wondering...
    Just wondering...

    Doesn’t anyone keep Pesach at home anymore? Yes, it is easier to go to hotel, but is “easier” what we are looking for?

    (Not even getting into the issue of a hotel being cleaned to the standards that we would do at home.)

    Don't judge
    Don't judge

    If by cleaning you mean scrapping the stain of chocolate benath the stair case with a toothbrush, than no, these hotels do not reach “Your” standards. However bedikas chametz has a spiritual element too namley to search out any negative traits buried deep inside ones heart. Now though Pesach has passed along with its many mitzvos, the avoda aspects still remain thus it’s never to late to do some soul searching. Whilst your Super-clean home is admirable but a negative look upon your neighbor remains than Alas you have missed the whole purpose if biur chametz