The Torah speaks of four types of children: one is wise, one is wicked, one is simple, and one does not know how to ask.
At the Passover seder, we are all commanded to ask questions about the story in order to fulfill the mitzvah of retelling the Passover story as if we, ourselves, were freed from Egypt.
Our tradition speaks of four children: the wise child, the wicked child, the simple child, and the child who does not know how to ask.
Tonight, may we all feel compelled to ask questions: about the tradition in front of us, about our freedom, and about how tonight's seder can inspire us to engage in the work of liberation.
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