We are hardwired to give.  One of the worst feelings in the world is not being needed by others. But a slave is drained, depleted, and has nothing to give and that deprives them further of a loss of sense humanity.

So we beginning the Seder by proclaiming, "anyone who is hungry should come and eat!" Something we should shout! We are no longer slaves with nothing to give.

Share a moment when you either carried out or witnessed a momentous act of extraordinary giving.

Who would you want to invite next year to our Seder? How about someone from another culture?

How about the phrase - now we are slaves. What is the thing you are stuck on?

haggadah Section: Maggid - Beginning
Source: adapted from Ayeka Haggadah