Passover is often called the Feast of Freedom. Every year on Passover we read the story of the Hebrew slaves fighting for freedom in Egypt. But what is profound about this holiday is the way we work to remember our roots of slavery and how we pray for the freedom of those who are enslaved everywhere. Growing up, my grandmother declared how important this holiday was because our family was enslaved by the Nazis and now we are free. She said she survived for our family – that every day of her life was a victory over Nazi brutality. For that reason, Passover was the first holiday that had real meaning for me.
Rebirth and Freedom Seder Plate
13 x 6.5 x 1″ Matte Pewter