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The Festival of Passover just ended, not with a bang but a whimper. There was no big ritual, no loud family gathering, no singing, no telling the powerful story of our journey out of Egypt, Mitzrayim, the narrow place. Maybe that's because the journey doesn't really end.
For non-Jews like me contemplating an invitation to a seder, you'll be far ahead if you learn the Hebrew term above: "Dayenu," which roughly means, "It would have been enough!" And bone up on the Exodus story.