It’s Passover and one of the important parts of a Passover Seder is the youngest participant asking the four questions.
Now that I’m thinking about this, one might say that there is one question — Why is this night different from all other nights? — answered four times.
However, the Seder readings that follow the four questions answer why we eat matzah, eat bitter herbs, dip food twice, and eat reclining during this night that is different from other nights.
I have wonderful memories of asking/singing the four questions when I was the youngest at the family Seder. Tonight, I will be sharing a Passover dinner with four beloved people — my son Aaron, my husband Michael, my ex-husband Leon, and my cousin Lani. I don’t know if we’ll ask the traditional four questions, but maybe we’ll ask four questions from this packet I found on Monday as I was cleaning up my office at work:
Or maybe we’ll ask four questions from this book:
Do you have four questions about the other images I am sharing today?
In case you have any questions about this, I don’t think you suck. Quite the contrary, as you can tell from this question:
Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “the four questions.”
I also find this,
Unquestionable gratitude to those who help me ask all the questions in this blog, including YOU!