Friday, August 09, 2013


"The word " seder" conjures up happily chaotic scenes of sweet wine and endless liturgy. It's true meaning is " order," a predefined series of steps to achieve a higher level. Unlike a previous spiritual world of chaos and shattered containers of light, we live in a world of order. For all the randomness of nature, it follows a predicable path, rendered confusing only by variables as yet unknown to us. This world's very confusing only by variables as yet known to us. This world's very existence is a product of a hierarchy of levels of G-dliness that progressively became so disguised they appear physical. Small wonder then that to tap into our transformative potential we must embrace order, achieving greatness one step at a time. Though times exist for dramatic leaps, our baseline must always be the Seder prescribed for the world." By: Nechama Dina Hecht, Greenfield, MA

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