The Seder can be a time of great change and also a time of great familiarity each year. It can be especially important to acknowledge those changes and elements of familiarity when family and friends need to stay home and not join together. Families use this activity at their Seders to deal with the difficulty of separation and also to celebrate how the Seder brings people together even when they are physically apart.
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