Next year in Jerusalem - and the Diaspora, too
We all came out of Egypt. We just happened to end up in different places. But the future of Israel depends on engaging the attention and commitment of Jews around the world, and not pushing away a younger and more critical generation.
Every year, we end the Passover seder saying, "Next year in Jerusalem," in the hope that we all, as a Jewish people, should end up in Israel. For most Diaspora Jews, this is merely a rhetorical statement. But that does not mean they are lesser members of the tribe.
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