What Passover Teaches Us About Asking Questions

Yael Eckstein  |  April 14, 2022

Passover seder
(Photo: Moshe Bukhman)

The unique and sometimes unusual traditions that the Jewish people practice during the Passover seder are actually meant to encourage questions. In fact, the telling of the Exodus story begins not with facts and explanations, but with questions.

As Yael explains, this time-honored tradition of asking questions during Passover is an annual reminder that God wants us to be lifelong seekers. By asking God our questions and entering Passover with a spirit of curiosity, we are more open to learning, rediscovering, and recommitting to Him on our journey of faith, ultimately, growing ever closer to Him.

Listen now as Yael shares about Passover, which begins Friday at sundown.

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