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What Is the Meaning of Eating Matzah During Passover?

Matzah is unleavened bread that is made in a special way, with minimal water needed to make leaven. It is baked and eaten in remembrance of the Exodus from Egypt and symbolizes our swift inner transition in our attitude to each other and to life in general, from egoism to altruism, i.e., from the desire to enjoy for self-benefit alone to the desire to bestow.

This egoism-to-altruism transition takes place unexpectedly and suddenly, in what seems to us as the most inappropriate place and time. We undergo an accumulative process where we aspire to such a transition, but we do not see it approaching, and eventually we break free from the control of our egoistic nature, without understanding how it suddenly came about. That is called the “Exodus from Egypt.” We are all in a process toward that transition.

Based on KabTV’s “Spiritual States” with Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman and Michael Sanilevich on April 20, 2022. Written/edited by students of Kabbalist Dr. Michael Laitman.

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