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Fascinating Insights—The Sefer (in English)
we wish others “Freilichin Purim” and prior to Pesach we tell others to have a
Kosher Pesach. R’ Dovid Cohen (born in 1932) related that in Ukraine, where his
parents were from, they would say “Have a Kosher Purim” since many get drunk.
Wishing a Freilichin Purim wasn’t necessary since it will be Freilich as
everyone is in good spirits on Purim. On the other hand, when it comes to Pesach,
the way people work to prepare for it, they don’t have to worry about it being
Kosher. However, they need to make sure that it will also be Freilich. Consequently,
they would wish each other a Kosher Purim and a Freilichin Pesach. In the greeting
Chag Kosher V’Sameach,
many need to emphasize the Sameach part, as preparing for Pesach can be more
stressful than usual due to the quest of cleaning for Chametz.
Rabbi Alt merited to learn under the tutelage of R’
Mordechai Friedlander Ztz”l for close to five years. He received Semicha from
R’ Zalman Nechemia Goldberg. Rabbi Alt has written on numerous topics for
various websites and publications. He lives with his wife and family in a
suburb of Yerushalayim where he studies, writes and teaches. The author is
passionate about teaching Jews of all levels of observance.