We have approached the Jewish holidays as a family since we started dating.
Little by little, when we consciously engage in and deeply consider the rituals of Passover, (or Mitzvot of any kind) we will find ourselves becoming less motivated by the desires of our ego.
We remember dark places and we rise up ready to bring liberation to those who need it.
On Passover, along with Yom Hashoah and Yom Hazikaron we tell our families and friends to never forget our tragic pasts.
As a convert to Judaism, there is a part of me that will always feel a bit like Lutefisk trying to be Gefilte fish. My first Passover Seder was no exception.
Here’s a fun Passover activity to do with your kids before seder: make a “magic” false bottom Elijah’s cup!
Using lists to keep sane for Passover prep.
A guest post from “AskBarbara” at JFCS Minneapolis with tips for interfaith families wanting successful Passover and/or Easter celebrations together.
Noshin’ has a different approach to eating this Passover. Change the routine. Ditch the matzah-laden fake-out recipes and experiment.
Last month I wrote about how I was baffled by Purim, an pretty much every other Jewish holiday. Well, the truth was a little worse than I had let on…