One explanation offered by the Sages for Yachatz in the seder is that it helps promote making the world less broken, if not completely whole.
Let’s do more than remember our refugee origin story and include how climate change and disruption are leading to new refugees.
How my family created and passed down cultural traditions, and how the Conservative Teshuvah on Kitniyot impacts our life outside the academy.
This is why I think my family’s tradition of inviting a non-Jew each year to the Passover seder is important.
The most important thing to teach the next generation is how to make a seder, including what comes before the festival candles are even lit.
Here are 10 tips on how to make Pesah meaningful and kosher (enough) even when the plague of COVID continues to threaten our celebrations.
We approach the Haggadah at a time of profound racial reckoning in our country. How might the four children help us relate to racial justice?
Mah Nishtanah: How is This Moment Different by Rabbi Rachel Ain is a reflection on her recent trip to Ukraine in 2022.
While anger and frustration can lead to stress and dissatisfaction, mindful approaches to our anger can move our lives out of complacency.
Combining lessons from the Mishnah and Human Resources, we realize that asking questions is the path to greater understanding.
We have the opportunity to help teens create long-lasting positive connections to the very traditions they are appropriately questioning.
How is one with food allergies supposed to feel free when they can’t partake in the matzo balls, charoset, cake, or anything else?
Reflecting on the universal nature of the Exodus, as “eternally contemporary; it’s the story of too many peoples.”