Hand bound booklet with screen printed cover. This companion is meant to work alongside any Hagaddah and contains thought provoking questions, inspirations, and reflections on the struggle for freedom by many groups of people throughout history. It addresses topics such as engaging children, who leads Seder, and suggestions on how to begin to address the role of G-d in the Passover story.
KADIMA קדימה translates to “forward”. In this instance it is a command, it is a place we hope is not out of reach: it is Jerusalem. On this night we consider where we have come from and where we are going. We are urged to reach out our hand to the those not so fortunate as ourselves as we beckon them, “Kadima. Let us move forward to a better place, side by side.” The story told at the Seder table is one of the distant past. On this night we may reflect on analogous struggles for freedom, the events that have transpired since our last seder, the present moment, and how all of that ought to reach into the future and shape it.
Buy a whole set for each member of your gathering to take notes and engage in the Seder in a new way or get a single copy to share and reference.