Instead of Cleaning…

As we near the final few days before Pesach, every Jew I know is doing one thing and one thing only.

Cleaning.

Except for those who go away for all of Pesach. Whether its enjoying time at a resort or staying with family for all eight days, it’s really not a bad idea. That is if you can make it work.

And that’s just the half of it. Add to the mix changes in family structure and dynamic — more and more working women; more and more families living at great distances from one another; more and more children of divorce — and going away for Passover looks more and more appealing by degrees.  (MORE)

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