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The eight-day Passover festival (Pesach) commemorates the liberation of Israelites from the Egyptians. On the first two days and the last two days of the holiday, candles are lit and traditional meals are consumed. The middle four days, Chol Hamoed, allow for those celebrating to go to work and perform other duties.
From midday of the day before Passover to the close of the eighth day, no leavened breads are consumed. Instead, matzah—the flat, unleavened bread—is eaten.
Passover’s most solemn experience is the Seder, which is observed on the holiday’s first two nights. The ritual feast features matzah, bitter herbs—which are symbolic of the bitter slavery of the Israelite people—and four cups of wine or grape juice in celebration of freedom.
During the meal, there’s the recitation of the Haggadah, the story of the Exodus on the night of Passover. At PAPYRUS, we honor these sacred traditions with season-appropriate Passover cards.
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