>This year we did things a bit differently than normal. Rather than try yet another new Hagaddah (there has been a decade-long search for a new family standard) we took the multimedia approach. Instead of everyone having their own Hagaddah, we sat in the den, seder plate on the coffee table, and “read” the Hagaddah that was projected on the wall.
It was an interesting family experiment and certainly “memorable”. Moreover, since much of the ritual built into the Seder is intended to make it memorable and make the experience come to life, it is something I felt comfortable doing… at least once.
I thought I had pushed the envelope with the Seder this year but that was nothing compared to this…
I hope everyone had a wonderful Pesach.