Make A Personal Dayenu List During Coronavirus

When so many things that we relied on and were comforted by get stripped away, we have a chance to start at the basics, take an account of all we do still have, and say thank you for it. We all have a personal list of Dayenus (which literally means “It would have been enough if You had only given me this.”)

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