One of the highlights of Seder night is when we reach the upbeat Dayeinu song. In this shiur, Rabbi Dunner examines and unpacks Dayeinu, trying to make sense of its actual meaning.
What is the significance of the song? Why do we sing it at the seder? More to the point, how would it have been enough to watch the Red Sea split, but not to walk through it and be saved? And how does it make sense to be thankful to have been at Mount Sinai and not to have received the Torah?
Using a mixture of insightful observations and wonderful ideas, Rabbi Dunner presents a backdrop to this Passover favorite that will have you both thinking and inspired at the same time.