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Karen Webber frames her mental health journey through the Exodus story.
the pyramids in Egypt
“Floods and food and famine; we dream / a savior passing…”
a mother sheep and lamb stand on a rocky hill
“Moses came down from the mountain, / plenty tired and more than a little singed…”
a peak in the desert
Poet Corie Feiner’s collection of poems explores the seder plate symbols with depth and beaty.
items on a silver seder plate
“We cannot outrun / what humans have wrought…”
trees with no leaves stand in the desert with tangles limbs and roots
“Now I hold a humble wooden spoon Its gentle shallow moon-shaped curve…”
a feather against a blue backdrop
“If we gather around the Seder table in joy and don’t make room for tears, lo dayenu…”
the sun rises over the desert
“On this night, as we gather in our narrow places, / how can we not mourn the loss of our dear ones, those in captivity, those gone, those no longer our friends?”
a cloudy sky looms over the desert
Rabbi Yael Levy shares a Jewish mindfulness approach to this year’s seder.
a blue flower spring up from brown rocks
Rabbi Judith Edelman-Green shares new rituals for this Passover.
two people sit at the Seder table

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