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Everyone is busy cleaning the house for Pesach. Take four matches or four toothpicks and build yourselves a small dustpan on your table, and put a crumpled piece of paper in the dustpan, as shown below.
Can you move only two matches, in a way that you will have a whole dustpan, while the ‘dirt’ will be outside of it - all without touching the ‘dirt’?
During the last month the Parshah we read on each Shabbat was about the Mishkan and its vessels.
Is there any food that is part of the Mishkan ?
What do you call
an Egyptian doctor?!
You had to find something that belong to the Seder night that is in the Megillah of Purim!
The answer is: Karpas!
We eat Karpas on the Seder night. Karpas is also mentioned in the Megillah of Purim, not as a food, but one of the fabrics Achashverosh used to decorate the ballroom: חוּר כַּרְפַּס וּתְכֵלֶת (1:6)
Here are the 5 consecutive words that start with the same letter in Parashat Beshalach:(16:9)
אָמַר אוֹיֵב אֶרְדֹּף אַשִּׂיג, אֲחַלֵּק
If you take out 6 matches of 15, you only will be left with 9 matches. You needed to think out of the box! As you can see, if you remove this 6 gray matches - you will be left with the word "TEN".
The Israeli version: you will be left with "עשר", which means ten in Hebrew.