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  • why do we put an orange on the seder plate

    The Passover seder is laden with symbols, many of which like the bitter herbs (horseradish) that represent the bitterness of enslavement and the vegetable (usually parsley) that\’s dipped in saltwater to remind us of the tears of slaves are found on the seder plate. In recent decades, there\’s been a new food on many a progressive platter: an orange. Some may consider the orange a symbol of women\’s rights, derived from a man supposedly telling…

  • why do you make a wish at 11 11

    It s 11:11: Make a wish! Iвm sure you remember this saying, and maybe you still say it today. It is the only time of the day (using the 12 hour clock) that all the numbers on the clock are the same. Where does this saying come from? Should you even bother to make a wish? What makes this time so important and what is the significance of 11:11? For me personally, as I started…

  • why do we shake hands when we meet

    There are various customs surrounding handshakes, both generically and specific to certain cultures: The handshake is commonly done upon meeting, greeting, parting, offering, expressing gratitude, or completing an. In sports or other competitive activities, it is also done as a sign of good. Its purpose is to convey trust, respect, balance, and equality. If it is done to form an agreement, the agreement is not official until the hands are parted Unless health issues or…

  • why do you itch with liver disease

    People who have sometimes don\’t have symptoms until damage is extensive. Symptoms of cirrhosis and its complications may include:. Yellowing of the ( ). Swelling from fluid buildup in the legs ( ). Bruising easily and having heavy. Redness of the palms. Small red spots and tiny lines on the skin called spider angiomas. and muscle wasting. Belly pain or discomfort. Frequent infections. Confusion. Scar tissue from cirrhosis may block the proper flow of from…