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The Four Children
To further delve into the text, reconsider the identification and interpretation of the four children.

Seder TableA discussion can take place regarding with which of the four children each guest identifies most, followed by a consideration of which populations are currently "unable to ask," who might be considered "simple," and more. Examples for a new set of four children may include:

  • One who sees the pain of others and works to relieve suffering.
  • One who cares only about him/herself.
  • One who cares only about other Jews but not other populations.
  • One who doesn't know where to begin.
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