As we relive the pain of slavery and revel in the joy of freedom at Passover, I wish each and every member of our communities across the world a healthy and joyous festival celebration. Pesach reminds us that we must always help others make the journey we celebrate: from slavery to freedom and from degradation to dignity.
"May all who are hungry come and eat" becomes more than a Seder slogan but a driving motivation in our lives year round!May the vision of Elijah - a world living in peace and harmony- not only be one we hope will miraculously materialize but be a goal toward which we all work, each in our own way and with our own individual talents throughout the year.
The leadership and staff of the World Union for Progressive Judaism join me in wishing you a Chag Sameach!
Rabbi Stephen Lewis Fuchs