This reading allows for much personal identification and further

interpretation in the text. A discussion can take place regarding with which of the four children each guest identifies most, followed by a consideration of which populations are currently “unable to ask,” who might be considered “simple,” and more. Examples for a new set of four children may include:

1. One who sees the pain of others and works to relieve suffering.

2. One who cares only about him/herself.

3. One who cares only about other Jews but not other populations.

4. One who doesn’t know where to begin.

haggadah Section: -- Four Children
Source: Pesach: A Season of Justice