Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
The Zohar calls matzah the bread of faith.
The Zohar also calls matzah the bread of healing.
The matzah of the first night of Passover nourishes the deep, inherent faith of a Jew.
And then, there is no need for healing, for there is no room for sickness to enter.
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