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Would it Really Have Been Enough?

A Closer Look at Dayeinu
by Rabbi David Fohrman

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Each year, families gather around the Seder table to sing Dayeinu, the famous Passover song tha proclaims "it would ahve been enough". But if God had led the Jews out of Egypt -- and had not split the sea to allow the Jews to escape the pursuing Egyptians -- would it really "have been enough", as the song proclaims? In this presentation, Rabbi David Fohrman takes us on a journey of discovery in the Haggadah, revealing a hidden side of the Seder that will enrich your experience of Pesach this year, and for years to come.

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