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Posted: Monday, April 10, 2017 1:15 pm

Passover

If there is anything that the sacred Pesach seder promotes, it’s that if there is any time to ask questions, that time is now. Yes, it’s also a time to gather with family and partake in the rituals that have connected Jews throughout the millennia, but that is not always the primary focus of the night. The most vital element to the seder is encouraging everyone, from the youngest child to the wisest matriarch, to fulfill their obligation and ask each other questions; that is what a free people have the luxury to do.

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