Time. Time is all we have. It is running out. The desert sands drop a grain at a time through the narrowness of the hour glass.
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Shalom Sabar at the Library of Congress: The Washington Haggadah and The Szyk Haggadah.
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Lingering clouds huddle at the eastern edge of Los Angeles' clear blue skyline, casting a dusty shadow over the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains. Follow one of those meandering white trails down the mountain, and you'll find yourself at Weizmann Jewish Community Day School in the...
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Mah Nishtanah Ha Lila HaZeh Mikol HaLeilot?
Why is this night different from all other nights?
On all other nights I'm required to act like a 25-year-old adult, but on this first night -- being the youngest person at my seder table -- I get to be a kid.
For the last seven years,...