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March 28, 1980 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

YOUR WEDDING—
BAR MITZVA

LBUM
FINER
WINE

WILL BE

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

AND ASSOCIATES

357-1010

Egg Position on Seder Plate:
a Sacrifice or an Omen?

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
'(Copyright, 1980, JTA, Inc.)

It is required to place an
egg on the Seder plate on
the eve of the Passover
Seder for a number of rea-
sons.
One reason states that
the egg represents the reg-
ular holiday sacrifice that

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was offered on Passover be-
sides the lamb. The latter
was symbolized by the
shankbone on the Seder
plate while the former is
symbolized by the egg.
his claimed that this re-
flects a number of reasons
for the Passover holiday in
addition to the classical ob-
servance of the anniversary
date of the exodus from
Egypt.
Others suggest that the
egg is placed on the plate
as an omen of the future.
The egg symbolizes the
potential hatching of
good tidings for the fu-
ture and thus indicates
our hope that we will
eventually be freed from
the pressures of the cur-
rent Diaspora.
A third explanation
claims that the egg is a sign
of mourning and some sign
of mourning is in order on
the eve of Passover because
it is on this same day of the
week that the fast of Tisha
b'Av will take place on that
same calendar year.

Friday, March 28, 1980 51

Center Exhibit Focuses on Holocaust

The Hamburger Exhibit
Hall of the main Jewish
Community Center will be
the scene of an exhibit of art
works by two Holocaust
survivors. The exhibit will
run through April 13.
One artist, who wishes to
remain anonymous, sur-
vived Mauthausen and
other concentration camps.

He creates metal sculptures
on Jewish and Holocaust
themes.
The other artist, David
Bergman, will display cop-
per and bronze works which
depict his 14-month incarc-
eration in the camps.

On April 10, Bergman
will be the guest at a

"meet the author" lunch-
eon , at the main Jewish
Center. He will auto-
graph copies of his
book-cassette teaching
aid, "Never Forget and
Never Forgive," a pro-
gram on the Holocaust
used in schools.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 250.

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