What’s Special About the Final Days of Nissan?

The days after Pesach are assumed to be special only because of what preceded it. But Rabbi Shmuel Chaim Bluming shows their unique connection to the geulah.

By Anash.org staff

During the entire month of Nissan we don’t recite tachanun during davening. The common reason given is that since most of the month is joyous – 12 days of chanukas hamishkan and Pesach – and therefore the entire month is made joyous.

However, Rabbi Shmuel Chaim Bluming introduces a novel explanation that the days from Pesach until the end of the month are designated for the chanukas Beis Hamikdash Hashlishi. During these days, we especially anticipate the coming of Moshiach and rejoice in his coming.

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