Seder Plate Artist Statement
In the following image I drew a Seder plate which represnts the Holliday’s that we celebrate and why it is important to commemorate them. On the top I drew hands from different races holding together which represents unity. The story of exodus is what united the Jewish people and brought them together as a nation.
The left drawing represents the gift of Shabbat that god gave to us which makes us unique and different from the other nations.
The right drawing represents kindness to strangers because we were once many times in the same position when other people were kind to us .
The bottom drawing represents honesty because that is also what turned the Jewish people into a nation in the dessert.
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