Berit Engen WEFT and D'RASH – A Thousand Jewish Tapestries



THE WHIMSICAL HAGGADAH (VII)
– Mega Interlude: The Telling (The story itself)

We fulfill the commandment of telling why and how we left Egypt to our children – and in the process to ourselves – by recalling, redefining, and reflecting on the story as recorded and retold.
 
(The Maggid tapestries are shuffled: rather than being shown in the order of the Haggadah, they are organized in five divisions according to types of text (questions and statements; and exclamations of praise) and well-known Maggid sections (“The Four Children,” the story itself, and “The Ten Plagues”).

 
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