A mitzva of the Seder night, as important as eating matza, is telling the story of how God saved us from Egypt. This is learned from the verse: And you shall tell your child on that day, saying, ‘For the sake of what the LORD did for me when I went out of Egypt.’ The Hasidic masters explain that the real lesson is on that day…to teach that we can only live that day, one day a time. We prepare for the future but we cannot worry about the future. This is the way of faith. When we understand that God wrought miracles and salvation on that day in Egypt, then our heart fills with joy, knowing that salvation is never far away.