“Haggadah”
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♦ I think we will have to amend the “Haggadah” and add the Coronavirus as the 11th Plague. 

• Noun: 1. Text recited at the Seder on the first two nights of the Jewish Passover or Pesach, including a narrative of the Exodus from Egypt.
2.  Legend, parable, or anecdote used to illustrate a point of the Law in the Talmud, which is a complete collection Jewish laws and traditions.

• Usage:  A “Haggadah” is a book containing the liturgy for the Seder service on the Jewish festival of Passover.

Pronunciation – huhgah-duhSephardic Hebrew hah-gah-dahAshkenazic Hebrew hah-gaw-duh

• Our family is going to miss reading the “Haggadah” while gathering and celebrating Passover at our traditional Elrod Family Seder.

Instead of the traditional ending of the Seder with the phrase: “Next year in Jerusalem,” tonight we all will be saying. “Next year ALL TOGETHER!”

 


 

 

 

 

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