Q:The medrash on the words וחמושים עלו ממצרים says that only one out of fifty went out of Mitzrayim. Is this to be understood literally, and if yes, why was it so?
Q:The Rav said earlier that the more significant part of yetzias mitzrayim was in the morning when they escaped the environment of Mitzrayim. So why do we have the Seder at night and not in the morning?
Q: The Rabbi mentioned in his lecture tonight that we are expected to rejoice at the downfall of the wicked and that we celebrate the punishment of the Mitzrim. If that’s really true, then why do we take drops of wine out of the cup of wine at the Seder?