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You might say, "I don't feel enslaved right now", but the truth is, there are still so many things holding us back from who we can potentially become.
I don't know about you, but when I was a kid, my two favorite parts of the Passover Seder were looking for the Afikomen (and hopefully finding it and winning a prize), and opening the front door and watching the Cup of Elijah to see if the level of wine actually went down. This raises a question - why is Elijah the Prophet coming in the first place?
There is a difference between being “free” and having a “free-for-all”. Having left Egypt, the Jews were slaves no longer and by definition, were “free”.