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When G-d gave the Torah to the People of Israel, He said to them: "I require guarantors." Said the people: "The heaven and the earth shall be our guarantors." Said G-d: "They won't last forever." Said they: "Our fathers will guarantee it." Said He: "They are busy." Said they: "Our children will guarantee it." Said He: "These are excellent guarantors."
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Any other time of the year, it’s just a cracker. Eat it on the night of Passover, and it nourishes your soul. Because, in truth, all food feeds not only the body, but the soul as well. That’s because, like everything else, food is a divine creation. It is sustained by a constant flow of energy from its Maker. When we consume food, we metabolize that divine energy and live from it. The kind of food-energy we consume and the way we consume it has a lot to do with kind of person we become and the kind of life we end up living. If we eat foods sustained by energy hopelessly distorted, corrupted, and disconnected from its origin, they pull us down with them and it becomes harder for us to keep in touch with our own soul. These are the foods that are not kosher. But then, even the energy of kosher food needs to be reconnected to its origin. And we do that by...