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April 01, 1988 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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SAW SLICE REPAIR

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11 Mile & Lahser

355-3628

Under New Ownership

it, is the one language which
the angels do not understand.
Why then the Ha Lachmah in
Aramaic? To teach us that
where there is poverty no one
should rely upon angels, no
one should pray to the uncom-
prehending celestial horde for
help. We know the language
of the poor, for we were poor
in the land of Egypt. We know
that we are called to feed the
poor and to call them to join
in our celebration of freedom.

Four Questions

The Haggadah cannot be
recited without questions.
What good are answers if no
one asks? The question is
sacred. It is the mark of a free
human being to ask. Slaves
do not question. Slaves bite
their tongues and obey their
masters. We have no masters
but One, and that Master, lov-
ing us, delights in our inquiry
and is saddened by our
apathy. Not the wicked, but
he who is not motivated to
ask is placed on the lowest
rung of the four children. And
it is our obligation, we who
are called upon to answer, to
open them up, to share with
them our past and our vision.
May he who cannot ask any-
thing this night, question
next year and climb towards
the higher level of the wise
and caring.

In The Beginning

We were not born free men
and women; we were not born
believers in one God. We came
from an ancestry of slaves and
idol worshippers. On Passover
we celebrate, not our genesis,
what we were or what our
ancestors were, but what we
have become. We are a choos-
ing people and our choice has
come out of tragic encounters
with pagan superstition and
political enslavement. We are
a choosing people and we
have discovered the meaning
of our choice: to live as
witnesses to one God who
calls upon us to mend the
world, to make whole the
broken vessels of this in-
complete world.

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27350 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan

480 34

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"V'hi Sheamdah"

Ours is not entirely a hap-
py history. We have suffered
much for daring to be dif-
ferent, for the audacity of say-
ing "no" to pharaohs, princes,
priests, potentates. But every
"No" is a more powerful "yes."
We say "yes" to the present
and the future; "yes" to the
real possibilities for shaping
a happier society for ourselves
and our children; "yes" to the
men and women outside our
own circle who are our real
and potential allies in the
struggle to attain the
Passover of the fuf-lre. None
of our sufferings Efy wasted if
when recalled th , y streng-

AU Time

Sincere l y

,

Betty Israel, Leasing Consultant

27350 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

(303) 356-8020

r? A FIRST PROPERTY COMMUNITY

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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