Tag Archives: Passover

Passover Seder: Recovery Edition

Experience Passover through sobriety at our Recovery Seder, open to all, on April 26 in Boulder, with affordable sliding scale tickets. Register by April 24.

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Celebrate Passover on the Farm!

Together with Farmer Becca and Farmer Rachel, we will explore the outdoor hands-on experience of the holiday as a family affair to make the holiday relevant and meaningful.

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A Spice of Life Presents Passover Meal Kits

Celebrate Passover hassle-free with our annual Passover Meal Kit! Enjoy a stress-free holiday with easy reheating instructions, complete with all the essentials for the Seder plate and a delicious, traditional meal shared with loved ones. 

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Kid-Friendly Passover Recipes That Are Too Good To Pass-Over

PJ Library introduces free, downloadable kid-friendly Passover recipes for the 8-day holiday, from charoset breakfast balls to lemon garlic broccoli dinner, alongside resources and activities for Jewish families on its Passover Hub.

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The Haggadah of Mad Max

I recently read a rather convoluted reworking of the message of the brilliant Arthurian-themed movie "The Fisher King" as an analogy to the Passover story (Fisher King- A Fictional Exodus Story, BJN 4/20/23).  For me it did not work.

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Beth Ami Congregation to Host “Passover Seder Plate”

We will provide a Seder plate of ritual foods, a Humanistic Haggadah, songs and the opportunity to "do Jewish" in a meaningful way. Enjoy the ritual and contemporary content.

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In Humanity of The Wild West

Two startlingly different and divergent award winning Westerns, which are surprisingly similar in their motifs, come to my mind. Almost mirror opposites, these two films contain an analogous theme: A lone, rather uptight, cowboy, who is attracted to another man’s wife, and a boy who grows more and more attached to the cowboy.

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The Secret of Six

I love the connection of numbers and Torah. In macro-terms, Torah is the blueprint of the universe. What is the secret of six? According to the famous Passover song, Who Knows One?, one is God, two are the tablets, three are the forefathers, four are the matriarchs, five are the books of Torah, and six are the books of the Mishnah.

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Pesach: Unbreakable Soul

Some 3000 years ago, we were an enslaved people yearning for liberation from a tyrant. With the Haggadah, every year we gather to start our calendar anew by retelling the saga of the birth of the unbreakable soul of our nation.

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