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​​A Torah Thought
from Rabbi Zylberman

After the seventh plague, when Pharaoh appears to relent, he tells Moses that only the men may go out to worship G-d. Unsatisfied with this limited offer, Moses replies, “We will all go, young and old…” (Ex 10:9) Our Sages wonder, why does Moses emphasize “young and old” rather than “men and women” or “strong and infirm”?  The answer: “because no celebration is complete without children.” It has been said that “a child without parents is an orphan, a nation without children is an orphan people.” May we always strive to celebrate together, young and old, valuing all in our community, regardless of age.

[source: Etz Chayim, p. 375]