Tough love for Passover's 'wicked' child
As parents, we must ensure our children understand that it is their behavior that is wicked; not the individual. And as parents, we must understand that our communication must emanate from unconditional love.
“The wicked child – what does he say? ‘What is this service to you?’ To you – and not to him. And in that removal from the community, he denies the most basic principle of our faith. And therefore, you should blunt his teeth and say to him, ‘It is because of what G-d did for me when I went out from Egypt.’ For me – not for him. If he had been there, he would not have...
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