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The Talmud tells us that Abraham observed Passover.Obviously it was not to commemorate the Exodus, which only took place centuries later.Besides Passover, other days in Nissan carry deep significance.The first day of Nissan marks the inauguration of the Mishkan, the portable tabernacle that accompanied the Jewish people during 40 years of wandering in the desert.Although this name is technically of Babylonian origin, the Aramaic word Nissan is related to the Hebrew word, nitzan, meaning bud.In Song of Songs, King Solomon's epic poem in which he depicts the love that bonds us to God, redemption is symbolically referred to as "the time that the buds were seen in our land," which means that the inarticulate earth gave birth to a people who soon would flower.
The idea of ridding our homes of chametz is that it is a tool to simultaneously rid ourselves of its spiritual counterpart, egotism. God infused these times with the spiritual power to destroy the ego's grip on our personalities..The first of Nissan is also the time that most congregations begin their fundraising campaign for Kimcha Di Pischa (literally, "flour for Passover").No Jew can fully experience the freedom of these days while in isolation.Maharal explains that the Nissan season ‘spoke to him.' The more Abraham saw physical evidence of God's love and creativity, the more humble he felt.So during the Passover season, Abraham chose to eliminate everything from his life that was puffed up -- a semblance of the over inflated ego. It was Abraham's way of holding on to his recognition of what renewal really means and where it comes from..