Jewish holidays begin at sunset with candle lighting.
As darkness fills the evening sky, burning candles
spark brightness inside. The candles’ warm light
stands for hope and freedom. On the first night of
Passover, an extra blessing is added to remember
how special it is to celebrate a seder for the first
time in a year—or even for the first time ever.
Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melech ha’olam,
asher kideshanu bemitzvotav vetzivanu lehadlik
ner shel (Shabbat veshel) yom tov.
Dear God, Creator of our world, thank You for giving
us rules that make our lives special and for teaching
us to light these holiday candles.
--From “In Every Generation”
A PJ Library Family Haggadah
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