Rabbi Galit Cohen-Kedem
Two weeks before Passover, everything in Israel comes alive as if awakening from a coma. After a broiling summer, a short fall, and a dry winter, everyone enters a Pesach state of mind: Store windows are dressed in white, fields of wild yellow flowers fill the outskirts of the cities, kindergarten children practice the Four Questions, and donation centers overflow with goods. The one question everyone asks is, “Where are you going for seder?”
But in the life of a Jewish community that is always planning events in advance, Passover marks the imminent arrival of the heavy,...Read More
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