Bayla Sheva Brenner, senior writer at the Orthodox Union (OU), is currently doing research for an article (to be featured in the upcoming issue of the OUâ€™s Passover Guide) about people’s approaches to making their Pesach seder stimulating and meaningful for everyone at the table.
Pesach is a pivotal and challenging time for every Yid; we all come to the table with hopes and challenges. â€œThe time of our freedomâ€ is an opportunity to take ourselves out of our communal and personal Mitrayim (again) in order to serve G-d more fully â€“ more of the person we are meant to become. With Hashemâ€™s â€œStrong Armâ€ we will experience another Pesach, as well as another step towards true freedom â€“ as a person and as a People. If you have children, please include your approach to teaching them this all-important lesson.
If you would like to share your perspective, please contact Bayla at email@example.com. You can remain anonymous if you choose to.