Who knows one?
אחד, מי יודע? אחד, אני יודע! אחד אלקינו שבשמים ובארץ
Who knows one? I know one! One is our G-d in the Heaven and the Earth
After an uplifting seder, we’re on an all-time high. We jubilantly sing about how we performed all the mitzvos of the evening. We’re all inspired to bring the Pesach offering next year in Jerusalem, and pray that the Temple be rebuilt However, one song seems to be the odd one out. A favorite of many children, אחד מי יודע, “Who knows one?”, is a classic Pesach song. However, if we think about it, what does it have to do with Pesach? It’s seemingly random things in Judaism that are associated with numbers, ranging from one to thirteen. What’s it doing at the end of the Seder?