Dayeinu: We are Enough

If we opened our home to others – Dayeinu – it would have been enough.

If we had no home but opened our heart instead – Dayeinu – it would have been enough.

If we remembered the whole story and gave tzedakah – Dayeinu – it would have been enough.

If we remembered none of it but gave anyway – Dayeinu – it would have been enough.

If, in our walk to freedom, we dipped our foot begrudgingly into the sea – Dayeinu – it would have been enough.

And if we are still struggling to cross, but working up the courage to  – Dayeinu – we are enough.

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