✡️ Good Wednesday morning. Passover starts at sundown. Many families are planning virtual Seders, via Zoom and Google.
- Jewish leaders are rewriting the Haggadah, the sacred text used during Passover, "drawing parallels between the Israelites’ captivity and our own quarantine," reports The (San Jose) Mercury News.
- "It is the ultimate story of freedom, filled with plagues and blessings to repair the world — and right now, perhaps for the first time, we truly get it."
Rabbi Noam Marans, director of interreligious relations at the American Jewish Committee, told AP: "'This year we are enslaved — next year we will be free.' That aspiration is very real this year."