Sunday, / April 11, 2021
Articles Filed Under “Passover”
A Stranger in the Land
I had never seen thirty-three degrees Fahrenheit on the weather forecast. My English isn’t great, and I felt so alone.
A Personal Affair
In the days leading up to the Seder last year, as I scrubbed my kitchen clean of chameitz, I questioned the point of this highly…
More Questions For The Seder Table
Jewish people love to ask questions. As part of the Passover tradition, we ask four at the Seder table. We asked four Chabad representatives our…
The Annotated Seder Plate: Insights, Tidbits, and Fun Facts
Haggadah Since escaping Egypt, the Jewish people have celebrated Passover by telling the story of the Exodus. Over time, the story became more formal and…
Five Communal Leaders Share Their Dream Seder Guest
We asked Chabad representatives to tell us which biblical, Talmudic or medieval personality they'd like to have at their Seder table.
Sons And Daughters At The Seder Table
It was unseasonably cold on the first night of Passover back in 1979. Snow had fallen the day before and melted into slush puddles that…
Frissons Of Redemption
The theme of redemption is universal, and, perhaps this year more than ever, it resonates on many levels. Here, we invited some writers and poets…
Seder In The Bar
It was past midnight. The grand communal Seder ended on a high note. But this rabbi wasn’t about to call it a night.
“And You Shall Tell Your Child” Part 1
We asked individuals engaged in various Jewish educational models to explore "how we might better nurture Jewish children today to grow proud to identify with…
A Warm Hug on a Cold, Lonely Street
About five years ago, I was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), which causes thickening of the heart muscle.
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