As a kid, I remember those really long seders. I looked forward to the next time in the Haggadah that we got to eat something, especially the charoset.
But I always wondered why all that other stuff needed to be in there. Did we really need to hear about the four sons every year? And did we really need to sing every single verse of the dayenu?
The Quick Ten Minute Seder
If you’re looking for a quick seder this Passover, check out this two-page overview of a seder. The Ten Minute Seder includes the four cups of wine, matzah, horseradish, charoset, the 10 plagues, a quick synopsis of the four sons, singing of Deiyenu and Oseh Shalom. Then, it ends as all seders should with, “Next year in Jerusalem.”
If you are looking for some other options for your seder, check out my list of free online Passover Haggadahs.
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