I feel like the four questions is the most important part of the seder. Because Judaism is the only religion built on a foundation of questions. We are always encouraged to ask questions and it is so embedded in our culture that it becomes our learning process that we go on to do amazing things. I now invite each of you right here at this table to think of a question. It could be about Passover. It could be about life in general. And we will go around the table and discuss each question. Because today is not about Matzah or frogs or pyramids. It's about a celebration of our culture. A culture of learning and power through knowledge.
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