It’s wild to me to think that this time last year, I was scrambling to figure out what I could do for Passover. Not just simply what I was going to do for seder, but even food to eat throughout the rest of the holiday. Here I am, a year later. Today, I’m not thinking of if I should do something, but rather what could be done to make it exciting virtually. As I have been brainstorming, I’ve come to realize there are three things that I’ll be doing to mark the holiday this year.
When we left Egypt, we left as a people free to exist and appreciate our lives. That is my hope for all of you and how I’m going to celebrate this year. Happy Passover!
About the Author: Joe Levin-Manning is a passionate individual who can be always be found trying to build community in the DC area. When not organizing events for Capital Qvellers, Joe can often be found singing with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC on stage or after rehearsal singing karaoke. An avid traveller, amateur cook and baker, Joe loves to find new ways to connect with others and bring them together.
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