Book by Tamara Cohen, Editor...
|Title||:||The Journey Continues: The Ma'yan Passover Haggadah (English and Hebrew Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Ma yan, The Jewish Women s Project 3rd edition February 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||140 pages|
|File Size||:||961 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Journey Continues: The Ma'yan Passover Haggadah (English and Hebrew Edition) Reviews
This a beautiful Haggada. We have been using it for our women's Seder for several years and just wanted more copies.
This engaging hagadah is in Right to Left format. It includes instructions for the additional use of Miriams Cup, tambourines, and an orange. It open with an invocation. It includes voweled Hebrew, English translations, english transliterations, readings, remembrances, commentaries, and explanations, which makes for a great symposium around the table. Shifra and Puah are recalled and given voices. Blessings that traditionally start "baruch ata" are also rendered in the feminine "Birucha at yah", using the innovative god language of "yah" as in "Hallelu-yah". You have the option of using "ruach ha-Olam" instead of "melech ha-olam." Photos from past seders are interspersed in the text. Also includes bios on famous women for the four cups (bella abzug, emma lazarus, szold, leibowitz, etc.). At the back are a couple of pages of addresses for interesting organizations and resources. Only drawback.. Dayenu has just three verses, and not the traditional billions.