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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
“The annual retelling is like the sharing of all hard stories, / never told the same way twice.”
a wine glass and the hand of someone holding a Haggadah
Rabbi Lisa S. Greene shares an addition to the seder plate for 2024/5784.
closeup of a fig growing on a tree
“All of the marriages, promises all the lives and deaths behind us all the way back to the Red Sea’s crossing…”
A drawing of Miram dances with a timbrel, set against a oink backdrop.
Adva Chattler adapts four Passover rituals to mark the holiday during this time of war.
a collage of passover symbols with a yellow ribbon in the center
The text is taken completely from the source, but arranged as a found poem.
a plate of matzah and spring flowers
“Pesakh’s blue plate, / a strange / and yet familiar / gathering of ingredients”
seder plate with greens, egg, shank bone, haroset, maror
Passover haggadah expressing the hope to protect Israeli democracy and freedom in 2023
Photo by Erez Harodi of Israel democracy protest in 2023. Photo shows a large crowd of people holding Israeli flags. A large sign in the front reads "The state of Israel will be founded on freedom, justice, and peace" in both English and Hebrew. Another protest sign reads, "SOS Bibi wants to destroy Israel."
An intention for washing hands during Urkhatz
close up of cupped white hands under flowing water

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