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You Are Your Seder Table

Children at seder table

Sometimes, the table is not wide enough.
There are so many guests that
There is hardly space for you.
Or maybe there isn't a table.
You didn't grow up at one.
So, you don't quite know how to recline.
Or sit comfortably at a stranger's.

In the absence or presence, may you find the strength to make your own Seder table. To tell your story. To fill your own cup. To open the door and finally, let yourself in.

At the the end of the day, you are your Seder table.

And there is a certain freedom when you make room for you.

 

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