If you are not yet familiar with Rabbi John Rosove’s blog, you have a treat in store. I recommend it highly. This piece on Big Questions is worth printing and tucking into your Haggadah.
To be curious is the first quality of the wise. Wise people know that they do not know and are open to learn something from everyone.
The Passover Seder will soon be upon us, and there is much about the Seder that is mysterious. Nothing is as it seems. Everything stands for something else. Deeper truths are there for the seeker. Everything in the Seder evokes questions.
I have compiled a list of questions that might be sent in advance to your Seder participants or asked around the table during the Seder itself. You may have questions of your own that you would wish to add.
Afikoman – Breaking the Matzah
Questions: What part of us is broken? What work do we need to do to effect tikun hanefesh – i.e. restoration of our lives? What t’shuvah – i.e. return, realignment of our lives, re-establishment of important relationships – do…
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