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BINA’s Passover Seder Bookmarks

BINA’s Passover Seder Bookmarks

Additions and Suggestions for the Passover Haggadah

Enrich your Passover Seder with meaningful content, thought-provoking questions and a personal touch.

The traditional Haggadah was created over the course of centuries in a process of change and renewal. The Haggadah as we know it is the result of study, creativity, thought and retaking ownership of our cultural assets, and fashioning them to fit changing times. “In each generation, each person is obligated to see himself or herself as though he or she personally came forth from Egypt.” And we add that in each generation, we are obligated to continue to learn and influence the resources of our culture and what we choose to transmit to future generations.

The BINA Seder Bookmarks encourage you to take an active part in crafting your Seder, in the form of additions that you may incorporate into each sections. We invite you to choose what to add and what to leave out, and which “telling” (Haggadah) will emerge around your family table, and how you will celebrate the holiday in your home.

On each bookmark you can find texts to incorporate into your reading of the Haggadah, as well as activities for the family – to involve the kids and make the Seder more fun (even before the food comes out, but you can do them after too).


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