Search URJ.org and the other Reform websites:

Asking (#BlogExodus, Day 9)

Asking (#BlogExodus, Day 9)

If my family were leaving Egypt today...

What do you mean, we aren't going to be slaves any more?

What should we pack?

What do you mean, we aren't coming back here?

Where will we live?

What will we do?

What will we eat?

Who will tell us what to do?

Where are we going?

Did we pack enough flour?

Where did my doll go?

How come the baby gets to ride in the cart but I have to walk?

What's happening?

I can't see. Can you lift me up?

Who is speaking to us?

Where did the water go?

Can you see the fish?

May I please have a drink?

Why are we singing?

Can I dance too?

Are we free now?

Are we there yet?

Are we there yet?

What's next?

#BlogExodus is a Passover blogging project that began on the first day of the Hebrew month of Nisan and will continue until Passover. It was started by Rabbi Phyllis Sommer, the author of this post, who encourages individuals to participate on their blogs and/or their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Learn more about how you can participate.

Rabbi Phyllis Sommer is the Associate Rabbi at Am Shalom in Glencoe, IL.

Originally posted at Thoughts from Rabbi Phyllis

Published: 3/21/2013

Categories: Jewish Holidays, Passover
Tags:
What's New
Three congregants during worship services
Jul 09, 2019|Christo A. Chaney
Submit a blog post

Share your voice: ReformJudaism.org accepts submissions to the blog

Blogroll