As our seder comes to a close, take a moment to reflect on the journey we have taken together. Our holidays are specific markers in time that galvanize us to be mindful of who we are and who we aspire to become.


Editors and Designers, 2021 Edition: Rabbi Josh Ratner, Rachel Miller, Hannah Henza, Rabbi Nate DeGroot , David Rendsburg, and Hannah Elovitz. Special thanks to Hazon staff, and volunteers, who have guided the creation of this haggadah over the years: Judith Belasco, Arielle Cohen, Anna Hanau, 
Daniel Infeld, Leah Koenig, Rachel Loebl, Sabrina Mallach, Elan Margulies, Ben Murane, Deborah Newbrun, Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Elisheva Urbas, and Jake Wilkenfeld-Mongillo. Hazon gratefully acknowledges the support of our funders, without whom none of our work would be possible. 

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Service Section: Conclusion
Source: Hazon 2021 Tu B'Shvat Haggadah