By Dr. Gil Graff
With Pesach on the near horizon, thoughts of the haggadah and its call to include, hear and relate to multiple voices take on heightened consciousness. The haggadah opens the Passover narrative with an invitation to all who are in need, whether materially or in spirit, to join the seder experience. Shortly thereafter, we expressly recognize (at least) four different attitudes among children with regard to the seder proceedings. While calling for differentiated responses, each child is to be included in the broader conversation.