Real Connection

Mali Adler Brofsky

Just a little chizuk. Every other year we have a super large extended family Seder (the other years is also extended family but somewhat smaller).

The years the Seder is huge, I have gotten in the habit of sitting around with my kids on erev pesach and just reading through the Hagadda together, (because I wanted to make sure they would not get lost in the mega Seder at night).

Very chill, just taking turns reading through the Maggid, people asking questions, expressing their thoughts, sharing whatever strikes them or comes to mind. It ends up being a really nice experience. A lot of family connections, a lot of opportunity for all voices to be heard, a lot thoughtful connections.

Just sharing to point out that a smaller Seder can have a lot of hidden opportunities for real connection and personal and spiritual insight.

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