Pesach or Passover Seder

April 3, 2010

By Padmini Arhant

The important Jewish festival that commenced on March 29 and observed until April 6, 2010 is symbolic to freedom.

A family celebration that involves a traditional meal set in a neat order known as ‘Seder.’

Passover is mainly focused on the suffering endured by the Jewish people in the biblical and modern times with a commitment to revive hope, redemption and faith.

It’s particularly related to “God freeing the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt, led by the prophet Moses,” and,

The twentieth century holocaust – a horrific crime against humanity that should never happen again to any human being anywhere in the world.

Religious occasion is a moment to rejoice and reflect on the meaning of life.

Human beings have tremendous ability to transcend negativities and prevail in promoting freedom, equality and peace.

Renouncing violence is the beginning of the end of human tribulation.

Universal love and peace is the core message to the world in conflict with one another.

“Chag Pesach Sameach” / “Happy Passover” to the Jewish families in the United States and across the globe.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


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