One of the most profound lessons of the Passover Seder is that freedom comes from realizing that you have enough, you do enough, and you are enough. Just as you are.
We begin the Passover Seder with Ha Lachma Anya, a call to the hungry to come and eat. But it’s not about the physical food. It’s about the soul food.
On Passover we invite those who are hungry to join us. Sometimes, it’s good to be the guest.
“Not enough time” is a prevalent limiting belief that can feel impossible to eradicate. Here’s why that is and how to recondition it.
Don’t cry over spilled wine. A lesson from the ten plagues on how to end catastrophic thinking.
The enduring lesson of Passover: trust the higher plan.