Though we’re each in our own homes, we’re grateful that you invited us in to make Pesach with you.
We made it. We’re tired and it’s been a long few weeks for all of us but we’re so glad we made it to Yomtov with all of you. We scrambled to give you all the help we could during this difficult Pesach season and we’re proud to be part of so many of your preparations. This has been an erev Pesach season like none we’ve ever lived through collectively as a nation in our lifetime.
The challenges have been great for so many and there are still many hard days ahead. But now that Pesach is really here – we’re going to focus on making this Pesach a great one for our families. There may not be new fancy clothing, some may be making Pesach for the first time with limited resources and support, and there’s definitely uncertainty in the air, but there is still Yom Tov. We need to choose simcha and to enjoy this more intimate family time in a different way. Let’s focus on our children, our spouses and ourselves – and our connection to Hashem and our People.
And while we do have some content going up on chol hamoed, we will be taking a break now to enjoy this time with our families.
We hope to share in good news with a Refuah Sh’leima for all and the coming of Moshiach IY”H very soon! We wish you all a chag kasher v’sameach and we pray that we will all celebrate together THIS YEAR in Yerushalayim!