This coming Tuesday, April 6, at 4:00 pm, at Chabad Tokyo.
What is the meal of moshiach?
Passover has two parts. The “first days” with its seders and its reliving of history, and the “final days” with its messianic themes — days that herald the divine goodness and perfection which, the prophets promise us, is the end-goal of creation and the fulfillment of our present-day lives.
There is a Chassidic custom, instituted by the Baal Shem Tov and further developed by the Rebbes of Chabad, to conduct a “mirror-seder” in the closing hours of the last day of Passover, complete with matzah and four cups of wine. These are hours, say the Chassidic masters, when time relinquishes its last hold upon our lives; when the future, too, can be remembered, and the Era of Moshiach tasted and digested!
The Lubavitcher Rebbe encourages men, women and children to partake.
Partaking in the Feast of Moshiach hastens the coming of Moshiach, may it be NOW!