We’re going to try something new at seder this year.
For the first time in years, we’ll be having an adult seder. Kids are older and the marrieds with the grandkids will be at the in-laws.
This year we are not buying new Haggadot.
It seems that every year dozens of new commentaries on the Haggadah come out. A lot of wise people expressing their voices. But this year we’re not focusing on what other people have to say about Pesach. (The sociologist, Peter Berger, once commented that organized religion is a group of people coming together to celebrate someone else’s experience with God.)
This year — our Seder will be about sympathetic vibrations