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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

by The Publisher    
Torah from Dixie Staff Writer    

Our sages tell us that Passover is known as Chodesh Ha'aviv, the festival of Spring. It is a time of renewal and rejuvenation, both for nature and for the Jewish people.

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Our sages tell us that Passover is known as Chodesh Ha'aviv, the festival of Spring. It is a time of renewal and rejuvenation, both for nature and for the Jewish people. While the flowers begin to blossom and the leaves slowly return, man should take note of this rebirth and be inspired to occupy himself with the life-giving gems that the Torah has to offer.

As we hurriedly prepare for the holiday of Passover, we here at Torah from Dixie have compiled a compendium of thought-provoking articles relating to the Passover holiday. In addition, we submit to you a list of questions to be discussed and pondered at your seder table. We hope you enjoy this special Passover issue and that it enhances your family's celebration.

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You are invited to read more Passover articles.

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