Haggadah For A Meaningful Passover Seder
I wanted a haggadah with less dogma, and more meaningful/interactive stuff. I liked bits + pieces of several haggadot, so I decided to put together my own. I used a lot from Rachel Barenblat’s (“Velveteen Rabbi”) haggadah, and a lot of it I wrote myself. I left space for my family to decorate with crayons. Feel free to use some (or all) of this haggadah for your own Passover seder!
It begins with:
“Passover is the Jewish springtime festival: a time for renewal, returning, and rebirth. A Passover seder is a ritual feast in which we take time to fully experience each new taste we encounter, and (much like in a Japanese tea ceremony) everything is done purposefully, with awareness.”
Here is my haggadah for your downloading pleasure!
Posted on April 10, 2011, in awareness, jewish and tagged advaita, buddhism, buddhist, bujew, children, feminist, fun, goddess, haggadah, interfaith, Jay Michaelson, jewish, jewitch, kids, lgbt, lgbtq, Michael Lerner, nondualist, pagan, palestine, passover, peace, poetry, queer, rachel barenblat, radical, secular, seder, songs, velveteen rabbi, woman, zalman schachter-shalomi. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.