"Send me your tired, your poor, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless,tempest-tossed to me ... I lift my lamp beside the golden door." Emma Lazarus' poetry, enscribed on the Statue of Liberty.
Protecting The First Amendment
How a Super-Salesman Destroyed a Company
Two Dreadful Scenarios and Who Can Prevent Them
The Two Minute Hagaddah
Once we were slaves in
Four questions to be asked by youngest at the table:
1. What's up with the matzoh?
2. What's the deal with horseradish?
3. What's with the dipping of the herbs?
4. What's this whole slouching at the table business?
1. When we left
2. Life was bitter, like horseradish.
3. It's called symbolism.
4. Free people get to slouch.
A funny story:
Once, these five rabbis talked all night, then it was morning. (Heat soup now.)
The four kinds of children and how to deal with them:
Wise child-explain Passover.
Simple child-explain Passover slowly.
Silent child-explain Passover loudly.
Wicked child-brow beat in front of the relatives.
Speaking of children: We hid some matzoh. Whoever finds it gets five bucks.
The story of Passover:
It's a long time ago. We're slaves in
We wander 40 years in the desert, eat manna, get the Torah, wind up in
The 10 Plagues: Blood, Frogs, Lice-you name it.
The singing of "Dayenu":
If God had gotten us out of
Eat matzoh. Drink more wine. Slouch.
Thanks again, God, for everything.
Dad bought a goat for two zuzim. Everyone beats up every one until God steps in.
Go to sleep.
Do it again another night.