Learn the lesson of matzoh and find out how to be truly liberated on the Festival of Freedom.

On Passover, Jews eat matzoh , unleavened bread, in order to remember the hasty flight of their ancestors from ancient Egypt who had no time to wait for the dough to rise.

However, the Kabbalah – Jewish mysticism – offers another reason for eating matzoh, and it is very relevant to our lives.

Matzoh, known as the humblest among breads, is very flat, unlike the puffy breads eaten throughout the year that rise and inflate.

Eating matzoh on the Festival of Freedom carries a profound message.

Click below and learn the lesson of the matzoh. Find out how to be truly liberated.