I’m getting pretty tired. It must mean that Shabbat must be around the corner. Or I don’t go to bed until the wee hours of the night. And there is daylight savings time this week? Fantastic.
Kids don’t like to share (right? I actually have no idea. I haven’t seen a kid in years). Why not teach them the values of tzedakah from an early age. You don’t want them to turn out like me.
The best part of our new contest? You don’t actually have to do anything. Just tell us a story about your best seder ever. It’s already happened. If you have an awesome story, you’ve already one!
Finally, don’t just give your excess bread to the birds before Passover. Try some cool recipes that will help you rid your house of hametz.
Pronounced: SAY-der, Origin: Hebrew, literally “order”; usually used to describe the ceremonial meal and telling of the Passover story on the first two nights of Passover. (In Israel, Jews have a seder only on the first night of Passover.)
Pronounced: shuh-BAHT or shah-BAHT, Origin: Hebrew, the Sabbath, from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday.