As we gather with friends and family for our Passover seders, may we be grateful…
Grateful for America, where we freely and proudly exercise our religion. Dayenu!
Grateful for our Sages, who created this ritual of telling, re-telling, and interpreting our miraculous freedom story. Dayenu!
Grateful for Israel, the destination of our journey from Egypt, and still our home. Dayenu!
Grateful for ridding ourselves of chametz, and for clearing our emotional and spiritual pathways. Dayenu!
Grateful for each other, our partners on our daily journey. Dayenu!
And grateful for hope, the capstone of our seders.
La’shanah ha’ba’ah bi’Y’rushalayim! Next year in Jerusalem!
Chag Pesach Sameach,
Rabbi Jeffrey Weill