Passover Holiday Insert: JMC’s Four New Questions to Liberate Your Seder

Also check out last year’s insert, Freeing Your Inner Pharoah

How-to for the JMC Passover Haggadah insert:
Print it. Hand it out. Email to your seder-mates before the big night. Read online and go on a personal journey. Or just print it out and literally insert it into your haggadah(s) at a spot that works.

The glory of an insert is that you can make it work for you. Some might want to just keep it to themselves – using it as a personal prompt to prepare for Pesach from the inside out. Others might find it engaging to print out copies and rotate taking turns reading sections and asking one of the four questions embedded within the insert.

Knowing your table mates preferences, and willingness to explore the questions, you could also pick and choose one or more of the questions to investigate, inviting everyone to take a turn responding. Truly, the options are limitless.

Finally, you can play with the concepts presented and come up with your own questions or interactive approach.


After the Seder, send us an email and let us know how it went (pictures of you and your seder-mates using the insert are very welcome)!

Download JMC’s Purim Writing Meditation

Purim is the holiday of concealing and revealing. Use these questions to explore masking and unmasking through writing meditation.
Print out this self-guided writing meditation to help prepare for the Purim. Use it alone or with a group.

Download High Holidays Handout: JMC’s High Holidays material

The gates to heaven are swinging wide open. Now is the time to plead our case, pray with our whole heart, and present ourselves for divine judgment. Teshuvah can also be an invitation to strengthen or begin a meditation practice. Let’s invite our full selves to this practice.
Print out this self-guided writing meditation to help prepare for the High Holidays. Use it alone or with a group.

Download Chanukah Handout: JMC’s Chanukah material

Just as the Maccabees rededicated the Temple, looked through the rubble, found light, and excavated the place to hold holiness, look into your own heart and ask these questions.
A writing meditation on dedication, light, and miracles. Print it out to help get in the mood for Chanukah!