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This isn’t the most difficult Passover in Jewish history, but for many, the awful combination of economic collapse and global unrest will make it a challenge. Consumerism too often takes a seat at the Seder, corrupting the holiday’s central mission, which is not to spend, but to imagine. Passover is about doing with less for the sake of understanding more. That is a blessing we wish for all our readers.

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