We recite the Kiddush on Passover as we do on Shabbat and other festivals. The Kiddush reminds all Jews that they have been chosen -- not for any special distinction or accomplishment -- but to perform the commandments of the Torah.
In reciting the Kiddush each one of us once again assumes the responsibility of keeping the vision of freedom alive for all people and to assist in the realization of freedom at home and around the world, even when to do so might cause harm or discomfort.
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