In this work, Rabbi Moshe Eisenmann deals with basic questions and concepts that underlie the Seder:
The meaning of the night. How its timelessness should be translated into the ideas of today. How modern Jews should relate to events of 33 centuries ago.
This volume contains essays with Rabbi Eisenmann's answers.
It is a beautiful, poetic reading and an education in the eternal relevance of Judaism, no matter where or when someone lives.