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May 1, 2019 7:53 am at 7:53 am in reply to: “Acharon shel Pessach” – No other Yom Tov is called so, why is it called that? #1721594
Rav Tzadok Hacohen asks this very question. He explains that in Tikunei Zohar there is a reference to the 14 days of Pesach. The first 7 being for the Pesach of Yitzias Mitzrayim, and followed by another seven days for the Next (acharon) redemption. he refers to the final one starting right after the first seven days. Hence, the Pesach Acharon starts the day after our regular Pesach = Acharon shel Pesach
I don’t agree. A fine piece of beef steak that is allowed to be cooked until well done has become a piece of shoe leather, and just as tough, A transformation some edible deliciousness to something not fit for a dog has occurred.
Please dont take this personally, yet there are many very refined people whom enjoy their steak well done. Equating them to beneath dogs is an affront to many people who are not such mayvinim of the finer culinary Taivos of the Material world. Al Ta’am VaRayach….
I can’t understand why you impose your opinion in a way that denegrates regular people.