A LITTLE CLOUDY ON THE SEDER? CUT THROUGH THE HAZE WITH THIS HAGGADAH WORD CLOUD!
Whether it’s a several-hour affair, or most of the four questions and “Gimme the matzah!,” don’t fret about having to remember the entire Passover Seder (meal) script. You always follow the Haggadah, which lays out the story, the prayers, and every other word you’ll need to reenact the Jews’ exodus from Egypt thousands of years ago.
This wonderful word cloud shows the words appearing in the Haggadah according to their frequency—the larger the word, the more frequently it appears.  The two largest words here are names for God, the largest the so-called tetragrammaton or name of God, and the other “Our God.” You can sort of see this saying “Our God is Ha’Shem” peeking out of this. 
What other messages can you find in this word cloud? 
Passover Haggadah word cloud (2012) by Jonathan Schwab, Presidential Fellow in the Office of the President, Yeshiva University
Thanks so much to YUM’s own Presidential Fellow Sasha Semach for finding this piece!

A LITTLE CLOUDY ON THE SEDER? CUT THROUGH THE HAZE WITH THIS HAGGADAH WORD CLOUD!

Whether it’s a several-hour affair, or most of the four questions and “Gimme the matzah!,” don’t fret about having to remember the entire Passover Seder (meal) script. You always follow the Haggadah, which lays out the story, the prayers, and every other word you’ll need to reenact the Jews’ exodus from Egypt thousands of years ago.

This wonderful word cloud shows the words appearing in the Haggadah according to their frequency—the larger the word, the more frequently it appears.  The two largest words here are names for God, the largest the so-called tetragrammaton or name of God, and the other “Our God.” You can sort of see this saying “Our God is Ha’Shem” peeking out of this. 

What other messages can you find in this word cloud? 

Passover Haggadah word cloud (2012) by Jonathan Schwab, Presidential Fellow in the Office of the President, Yeshiva University

Thanks so much to YUM’s own Presidential Fellow Sasha Semach for finding this piece!

A LITTLE CLOUDY ON THE SEDER? CUT THROUGH THE HAZE WITH THIS HAGGADAH WORD CLOUD!
Whether it’s a several-hour affair, or most of the four questions and “Gimme the matzah!,” don’t fret about having to remember the entire Passover Seder (meal) script. You always follow the Haggadah, which lays out the story, the prayers, and every other word you’ll need to reenact the Jews’ exodus from Egypt thousands of years ago.
This wonderful word cloud shows the words appearing in the Haggadah according to their frequency—the larger the word, the more frequently it appears.  The two largest words here are names for God, the largest the so-called tetragrammaton or name of God, and the other “Our God.” You can sort of see this saying “Our God is Ha’Shem” peeking out of this. 
What other messages can you find in this word cloud? 
Passover Haggadah word cloud (2012) by Jonathan Schwab, Presidential Fellow in the Office of the President, Yeshiva University
Thanks so much to YUM’s own Presidential Fellow Sasha Semach for finding this piece!

A LITTLE CLOUDY ON THE SEDER? CUT THROUGH THE HAZE WITH THIS HAGGADAH WORD CLOUD!

Whether it’s a several-hour affair, or most of the four questions and “Gimme the matzah!,” don’t fret about having to remember the entire Passover Seder (meal) script. You always follow the Haggadah, which lays out the story, the prayers, and every other word you’ll need to reenact the Jews’ exodus from Egypt thousands of years ago.

This wonderful word cloud shows the words appearing in the Haggadah according to their frequency—the larger the word, the more frequently it appears.  The two largest words here are names for God, the largest the so-called tetragrammaton or name of God, and the other “Our God.” You can sort of see this saying “Our God is Ha’Shem” peeking out of this. 

What other messages can you find in this word cloud? 

Passover Haggadah word cloud (2012) by Jonathan Schwab, Presidential Fellow in the Office of the President, Yeshiva University

Thanks so much to YUM’s own Presidential Fellow Sasha Semach for finding this piece!

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