Saturday, April 30, 2016

Passover table

If you know the story of Exodus you can understand what was going on at the Holiday table.



32 comments:

  1. That is one great parting of the waves. I like it very much.

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  2. The children created this,with help from my daughter.

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  3. This is fantastic and complete with Play mobile figures.

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  4. I wasn't sure what the blue plastic was until you mentioned Exodus. All is clear to me now - it looks great.

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    1. At least there was some hours of peace and quiet while they created this, (they are 7,6 and 4).

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  5. It reminds me of the Christian nativity scenes, also made by children. It's charming.

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    1. Somehow it reminded me of the now days refugees...

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  6. Oh what fun for the kids (and for you, too, I suspect, Yael)!
    Shabbat shalom

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  7. A beautiful celebratory table. Well done, little ones.

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    1. It is still standing in the middle of the house.

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  8. What a great idea! Those long childhood seders would have been much more fun - and edifying - if we'd been allowed to do this.

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  9. That looks like FUN! It's absolutely charming and I love it!

    Please pass our compliments on to the children.

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  10. Thank you Jennifer, I shall them that people from all over the world liked it, they will be happy.

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  11. Thank you Bea. They are indeed.

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  12. Oh how I love this peek into your way of life!! The 'tableau' is wonderful ... congratulations to the little artistes, and to think that children of today can apply themselves to such creativity.

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    1. I think their mother got the idea somewhere in Facebook, but they are very creative indeed,and thank you again Shirley for being so loyal:)

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  13. It's a good thing the Lord isn't treating us the way he treated the Egyptians. Our political class hasn't been very good to the Israelis the last seven years or so, but He hasn't set a series of plagues on us! I can think of a few politicians here I wouldn't mind if that happened to though.

    Nice work. The kids did a fine job.

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  14. Lately only few like us Harry, but we shal survive, i hope.

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  15. What a great idea for the kids to do to both decorate and be part of the event.

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    1. I told them today how much people from all over the world liked their table, they are very happy.

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  16. Charming is a great word for this. I especially like the real dog giving Moses's guide dog a welcome.

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    1. The dog always feel part of the family.

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  17. Beats a vase of flowers.....
    I love it

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  19. I'm late here but it's never too late to say, hello.
    The table is very pretty, Yael. Your grandchildren seem to be growing up in a loving family and, seeing the places at the table, there is plenty of it :-)
    Greetings Maria x

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  20. I missed your comments Maria,thank you and welcome back:)

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