If we had just been freed from Mitzrayim, it would have been enough, but the Source provided more; if we had just received shabbat, it would have been enough but the Source provided more; it we had just received Torah, it would have been enough, but the Source provided more.
When we look out this broken world, and all the work necessary heal it, how do we know when WE have done enough, and when WE should provide more of our time, or energy, or investment?
What if no one ever looks us in the eye and says "Dayenu" ? What if someone does and we don't believe them?
How do we know it is time to pause and appreciate where we are instead of trying to get to the next place?
How do we know when it is time to reflect on on we've done and be grateful rather than to enumerate all that must still be done?
And when we are exhausted, or discouraged, or just want to do something easier, how do we know if we should push on and do more, or if we should have done enough, and can rest?
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