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Pesach is translated as Passover, but really it means to leap, to skip, to bypass all conventions. When G‑d struck the firstborn of Egypt, He skipped over the houses of the Israelites. He also bypassed nature--all the channels of cause and effect by which He generally conducts His creation. And the Israelites, as well, when they followed Moses out into the desert towards the promised land, it was with a great leap of faith. This is the power you are given on Passover--or Leapover: At other times of the year, you can’t get from one to a hundred without going...
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